The Super Bowl is Sunday.
And I really don't care.
The commercials are amusing, yes, but I'll catch a recap on YouTube.
1. Well, for starters, football bores me to tears. When it's on, I'm like this:
One time we got invited to a Super Bowl party. I assumed there would mostly be talking. And eating. But no, people actually wanted to WATCH the game.
2. The sudden shouting that people do frighten me. For instance, at the Super Bowl party I went to, men would suddenly go, "WHAT ARE YOU DOING?" or, "MOVE YOUR ASS!" I nearly fell off my chair each time.
3. I always want to mock the people who go, "We need to pick up the pace," or, "We need to do a better formation," as if they are personally part of the football team. We? What's this we business? Are you out there in tight pants? No?
4. Did I mention that football bores me to tears?
5. It bothers me that these players are paid millions, yet our troops who defend their country are paid horribly. And yes, I know I'm a hypocrite, because I enjoy watching movies and TV and those people are also paid millions. That also bugs me. I cannot tell you how upsetting it is to know someone like SNOOKI makes more money than our soldiers.
6. Football has interrupted my shows too many times. I HATE when a game runs long and runs into my program. If I'm recording a show, I miss part of it due to a stupid game. All games belong on ESPN.
7. Both teams that are in the Super Bowl bug me. On one side you have a guy who likes to shout, (Richard Sherman? I think?), plus that dude who was like, "I'm just here so I don't get fined," over and over like a moron, and on the other, you have a pompous ass:
It really looked like he took the press conference seriously. Nice hat.
Anyway, I was invited to a Super Bowl party and I declined. Just in case people actually planned on WATCHING the game.