5: Uncle Majic the Hip Hop Magician - Just look at this. This is real. Okay, this one doesn't make me angry, but it makes me wonder how he can afford to keep making commercials. Who is watching this and thinking, "oh yeah, I'll pay him to come to my house."
4: ITT Tech - The ones that follow some guy who had no friends or future until he got an ITT Tech "degree" and is now successful and respected. The same commercial includes a disclaimer that ITT Tech credits will not transfer. An Associate's Degree from ITT Tech costs between $45,000 and $70,000, but barely increases job potential (especially in this college grad-saturated market), meaning ITT Tech grads will never get out from underneath their student loans. About 80,000 people a year attend ITT Tech. They've found half a dozen moderately successful grads to feature in commercials. Sad.
3: Skittles - That weird one with the Skittles tree growing out of the kid's stomach. It's implied the kid is kept alive as a Skittles farm--he's given just enough food to live and keep growing Skittles. The kid is miserable, near death, and has a tree growing from his stomach... mmm, appetizing! Do the ad execs even realize they are selling a food product? Plus, the spot implies Skittles are part fruit and part human. Umm, gross. There is nothing redeeming about this stupid commercial.
2: Charmin - Charmin has a message for us: bears shit in the woods; inferior toilet paper sticks to their hairy, shit-covered asses; and luckily, Charmin is strong enough to wipe bear shit off a bear ass without shredding or leaving cling-ons (baktag, not these guys) [you're welcome, nerds]. This is an example, but you've seen multiple variations on this theme.
1: Bucky Larson - Because of this (and every other) Bucky Larson commercial, I don't want to see this movie, which is probably for the best.
I also hate every commercial with volume cranked to a higher level than the program. On December 15, 2011, the CALM (Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation) Act goes into effect and will require commercials to be no louder than the underlying show. Until then, what commercials piss you off?