Miller Lite "Catfight" commercial: Tastes Great, Great Taste, or something else?

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    A local sports talk personality brought up something I hadn't heard before. Traditionally, Miller Lite's slogan has been "tastes great, less filling." However, in the famous catfight commercial, the "tastes great" part has been reversed to "great taste." That normally wouldn't be much of a deal. But what's interesting is that according to this guy, "great taste" has been intentionally blurred to sound like "great t_ts," adding a bit more spice to the commercial, albeit mostly subliminal.

    Quite the conspiracy theory.
     
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    Has anyone seen the version that's advertising for "The Practice" and it has 2 buff guys arguing in the same vein?
     
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    The beer commercial is great! Especially the one they show late at night on ESPN.

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    What's weird about the girls version of the commercial is how the brunette's shirt initially exposes a lot of cleaveage and then when she stands up ready to knock over the table, her shirt is buttoned up to the top button, and then the shirt is opened up again. Weird.
     
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    That's nothing. Some are actually claiming that in the longer version (referenced above) there is a "third set of hooters behind the grassy knoll".
     

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