Advertising / The Most Interesting Man in the World
"Stay thirsty, my friends."

"His words carry a weight that would break a less interesting man's jaw."
"He's a Lover, Not a Fighter; but he's also a fighter, so don't get any ideas."
"He is the life of parties he has never attended."
"His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man's entire body."
"He can speak French... in Russian."
"He once punched a magician. That's right. You heard me."
"If he were to punch you in the face, you would have to fight off the strong urge to thank him."
"If he patted you on the back, you would put it on your resume."
"Both sides of his pillow are cool."
"He once taught a dog to bark... in Spanish."
"He bowls overhand."
"Sharks have a week dedicated to him."
"He lives vicariously... through himself."
"He once had an awkward moment, just to see how it feels."
"His French never needs pardoning."
"When in Rome, they do as he does."
"He once parallel parked a train."
"He is... The Most Interesting Man in the World."

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The Most Interesting Man In The World is an ad campaign for Dos Equis beer which began airing in the United States and Canada in 2006. It features a distinguished older gentleman who is quite the fascinating fellow, a classier version of the Chuck Norris Facts Meme, with strong overtones of Ernest Hemingway (er, if Hemingway were Hispanic). The above narration is only some of his purported acts. He is portrayed by Jonathan Goldsmith, a prolific character actor with credits going back to the '60s.

Jonathan Goldsmith's iteration of the character was retired in March 2016, as the Most Interesting Man in the World left on a one-way trip to Mars. Watch his journey to the final frontier here. He was succeeded by Augustin Legrand.

See also Old Spice's The Man Your Man Could Smell Like ad campaign.

This Meme provides examples of:

Waldorf: Should we stay thirsty?
Statler: I would. It's better than drinking any of THIS swill!
Both: Do-ho-ho-ho-hoh!

Alternative Title(s): The Most Interesting Man In The World