It ends as "Be yourself drink sprite".
Honestly, do you want to tell kids "parents want you to be smart, but be yourself and do what you want?"
I mean, come on! Honestly, I wouldn't of graduated college if my father didn't have his foot stuck in my rear (figuratively, of course).
Sure, one in fifteen thousand college atheletes become professional stars, but 99.9999% of them need to graduate college.
I see this sprite commercial as "Be yourself, even if it means failing and becoming a blue collar worker, trying to support your family with your small paycheck, and drink sprite!"
Or "Be yourself, go ahead and smoke that dope even if your parents don't let you, and go on to stronger drugs. You may die, but at least you bought some Sprite!"
God, this agrivates me more as a to-be father. Most teenagers need guidance. I hope my son will ask me for direction. Why would you market this crap?
I'm gonna get myself an email together to write to Sprite.