Or “Why Tom Brady should come play AFL.”
We are all Left Shark.
Amamos a estos amiguitos que bailaron perdidos junto a la estrella pop.
Tom Bradby is a highly respected political journalist for ITV. So he can’t do anything about your NFL team, America. (NSFW language.)
These little ones are ready for some FOOTBALLLLLL.
Better put your helmet on. Metaphorically.
This is not a conspiracy theory. This is fact.
This is about more than just football.
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Snacks. They’re all snacks.
We are all witnesses.
How’s your team doing this year? (via https:)
While you guys watch the game, I’ll be over here eating bacon-wrapped avocado fries.
Food is life.
“I’m like hot to the kind of guy who loves ‘Modern Family.’”
Coca-Cola’s ad featured seven languages and an interracial same-sex couple. As a gay, undocumented, Filipino immigrant, it reaffirmed that this is my America too.
These guys just weren’t cut out for betting.
Decoding a United States tradition.
Spoiler: He is 18,721 days old.
Using the #EsuranceSave30 hashtag after the Super Bowl will count as an entry to potentially win $1.5 million. It’s the biggest sum of money ever given away on the social network.
Are you an Aussie watching the Super Bowl? No idea which team to support? No idea, full stop? (Read: Just watching in order to have a socially acceptable drink before noon?) Fear not, as this guide will assist you in making an informed decision… Or at the very least, a decision.
Are you ready for some football? For your fingers?
For those most excited about the halftime, the commercials, and the socially acceptable day drinking.
The new Axe ad is not like an Axe ad. Isn’t that great?
You don’t give a fork.
Resident “weird random guy” actor Jesse Heiman strikes again, kissing another hot girl. This just goes to show you th — actually I don’t know what the lesson is here, but good for him!
About half the people talking about the Super Bowl don’t quite know what it’s called. And about 1 in 700 made the same (kind of wonderful) pun.
After making homophobic comments earlier this week, the 49ers’ Chris Culliver learned the hard way that karma tweets back.