Rhett & Link, the auteurs behind your favorite local commercials, are both pretty manly. But which one is manlier? That's the sort of question that can only be answered with a rap battle.
Ditching the low-rent charm of previous hits like Nope, Chuck Testa, the guys have produced a pretty slick ode to manhood that's likely to stick in your head for days. Makes you wonder if, since Andy Samberg has left "SNL," Rhett & Link are making a bid to be the next Lonely Island.
But if advertising is what you really love, don't despair... there's some product placement in here for build.com. Because nothing is manlier than tools.
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