Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Sponsored: Heineken Reveals How Every Man Can Be Legendary

Posted By on Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 1:58 PM

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Living in Brooklyn really hinges on how unique you are. It’s more of a status-bump to talk about the banjo lessons you’re taking on the sly or the maple-bacon pie you’ve perfected that than it is to, say, buy an expensive watch or drive around with the top of your sports car rolled down. There’s a reason many Brooklynites pride ourselves on pioneering spirit by moving into up-and-coming neighborhoods and shying away from the overly-popular, brownstone laden blocks. But there is one thing that all Brooklynites can get behind: having a well-deserved beer.

Heineken’s latest advertisement highlights the unique traits of all Heineken drinkers by featuring 20 non-actors showing off their special skills. From bird-calling to tap-dancing to bottle-sliding, Heineken drinkers are a real symbol of originality, proving that every man can be legendary. Watch the video after the jump:

But let’s be honest, we can all fall prey to the jaded New Yorker stereotype. So for those of you wondering just whether the talents of Heineken’s legion of men were “enhanced,” Heineken’s also released videos featuring snippets of the casting tapes for each of the “legendary” cast members. Watch it below:

So watch the video of our bearded hero romping in a polar vortex-less cruise ship showing off every kill he has to offer. And believe!

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