Super Bowl Memes . . . Because I’m Busy

It’s time for the Super Bowl, which I’m sure most people who read my blog don’t care about.  For those who don’t even know, it’s the last football game of the season between the two conference champions.  Most people watch it for the commercials.  My family usually has a party, which was more consistent before Covid.  This year, something else came up that I couldn’t resist.  You’ll see at the bottom.  Now for the funnies:

I’m a Giants fan, so this is understandable

I’ll still get to watch the game, but the party won’t be possible due to:

Wicked on Broadway

I’m not a major Broadway fan, but it’s an autism-friendly showing.  That means, my son can go without being overstimulated.  He enjoys these events when the shows are aimed at his interests.  This one has been on our list for years.  It’s worth skipping the party.

About Charles Yallowitz

Charles E. Yallowitz was born, raised, and educated in New York. Then he spent a few years in Florida, realized his fear of alligators, and moved back to the Empire State. When he isn't working hard on his epic fantasy stories, Charles can be found cooking or going on whatever adventure his son has planned for the day. 'Legends of Windemere' is his first series, but it certainly won't be his last.
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11 Responses to Super Bowl Memes . . . Because I’m Busy

  1. Wicked is a great show. I would go there instead of the Super Bowl too. I hope you have a great time.


  2. noelleg44 says:

    Wicked is definitely worth skipping the Super Bowl, especially since so many of them are decided in the first half. I do like the ads, though. Enjoy the show!


  3. V.M.Sang says:

    Unlike here in the UK, when the major cup event (the FA cup) is all about the football, it seems to me that the Super Bowl is secondary to all the other shenanigans that go on around it.
    To me, as a Brit, this seems weird.
    In years gone by, when few people had a TV, and football (what you call soccer) was rarely seen on TV, people did gather in the house of a TV owner to watch it, but it wasn’t a big kerfuffle. Watch the game, maybe have a cup of tea and a piece of cake, then go home.


    • There is a lot of focus on the game. Just that social media amplifies everything else. So, you won’t see a lot of game stuff if you aren’t into the sport. You’ll see more about the halftime show and commercials. Those two things tend to draw in non-sports fans, which is why you see the mix or anything beyond the sport itself.

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  4. Sounds like you had a much better option. I put it on in the background but didn’t really pay a lot of attention.


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