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Super Bowl Commercial Viewing Parties “A Thing” Now

by Erin Darling 1 February 2013 No Comment E-mail Erin Darling

An alarming trend has been sweeping amongst non-sports fans across America: The Anti-Super Bowl Party.

Although the origin of this movement is unknown, it is a trend that is rapidly gaining the most momentum in hipster and gay communities, closely followed by a growing segment of the population who “don’t give a fuck.”

According to our source, who declined to be identified for risk of being deemed “unpatriotic,” a traditional Anti-Super Bowl Party consists of a group of individuals gathered in one place on Super Bowl Sunday with the intention of putting the football game on mute, only raising the volume to watch the commercials. “It’s a lot of fun,” said the anonymous source who used to attend Super Bowl parties, exerting all of his energy to pretend that he was actually interested in watching the game.

“I felt like I was living a lie. I never liked football, the only part I ever cared about were the commercials, and the bean dip.”

Keeping checking back on THEPOPFIX for more on The Anti-Super Bowl Party movement. The alarming trend for people who don’t like football, but still want to eat bean dip.

 

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