Bud Light responds after ‘Dilly Dilly’ gets banned from the Masters

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Spectators at the 2018 Augusta National Masters Golf Tournament are being warned that shouting phrases like ‘Dilly Dilly’ will get you booted from the course.

According to a report from Sports Illustrated, security staff at the golf course have been given a list of prohibited sayings. Anyone who shouts them will be removed.

On the list is the phrase ‘Dilly Dilly,’ recently made popular by a series of Bud Light commercials.

Upon hearing of the new rules, Bud Light responded, saying they’ll send out 1,000 t-shirts with the phrase for fans to wear to the Masters.

“For if thou cannot say Dilly Dilly, thou can still wear Dilly Dilly’

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