Sunday, February 2, 2014

The Lonely Fan

Alas and alack,
Oliver was the only fan
standing lying


after the third quarter.


I suppose congratulations
are in order 
but
it should have been 
da Bears!!


12 comments:

  1. HA HA ----We watched it all (I was really blogging and watching the commercials) --but was disappointed in the game, not just because my team lost but since it didn't turn out to be a close game (which is much more fun and exciting to watch). Seattle just whomped 'em good...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. I think Oliver deserves a goodie! It was a disappointing "game".

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  3. I wasn't particular about the winner . . . unless it was the Pack . . . but all I could think while watching was poor Peyton Manning. And after all that HYPE.

    Really liked Renee Fleming singing The Star-Spangled Banner.

    I thought the half time show was awful! I guess I just don't "get it!"

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  4. Even though the packers weren't in it either at east Wisconsin was represented in the Seahawks quarterback and Managos :)

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  5. I agree. What a strange game. I left during the 4th quarter and went to DVR of Downton Abbey.
    Balisha

    New blog address....http://simplybalisha.blogspot.com/

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  6. Poor lonely pup. Who was he rooting for!

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  7. Of course, I am a Seahawks fan, and enjoyed seeing the game in the Pacific Northwest. But when I am in Chicago, I cheer for the Bears. :)

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  8. i didn't really have a dog in the fight this year but I did feel so sorry for the broncos! on a positive note the halftime show this year minus RHCP was great:)

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  9. I'm not for sure which was more disappointing the game or the commercials. I really didn't have a favorite team, but would have loved an exciting game. Budweiser won the best ad award hands down. Hope you are thawing! Hugs! Bonnie

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  10. I know a lot of people would agree with you but I don't think the Bears showed up to play the Superbowl (sigh).

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