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All very funny! Hard to pick a favorite! I do plan to tune in to see some commercials.
00dozo said…
What a week for E-toons.
;-)

Ha! Love the Super Bowl one. We only watch it for the commercials, too. Well, I do enjoy the big game just so long it isn't a blowout. And I gots me some wings and veggie dip!
nonamedufus said…
EG: We don't get the commercials north of the border. We'll just have to watch the same old Canadian commercials we always see.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: We're dong chili. It's kind of a tradition. Go Steelers
00dozo said…
dufus: What's "dong chili" - a Freudian segue from the caption contest? Heh, heh.

The Steelers?? Naw, I'm rooting for the Packers even though I don't know any of the stats on either team. They were my dad's favourite team.

Oh, and I hated when they always pre-empted the good commercials with Canadian ones. But, hey, you'll be able to get them online afterwards.
Kelly said…
I'll admit it: I only watch the Superbowl for the commercials. I don't even care about the halftime show.

However, I am rooting for the Packers. They were Red Foremans's team and that's good enough for me.
nonamedufus said…
00dozo: Hey, haven't you ever heard of dong chili? Something tells me I'm do(i)ng it wrong.
nonamedufus said…
Kelly: But Red Foreman was fictitious. Maybe by the end of the game the Packer's will be too.
Quirkyloon said…
So many good ones Sir Nome!

But I gotta say the last one?

Totally me!

hee hee
I'm reading an e-book today so very apropos cartoon for today.

Thanks for starting my day off on the right foot.
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: Funny how the Super Bowl has become so much more than a football game, isn't it.
nonamedufus said…
UR: You're reading while you're walking? Good on ya. I've been trying to get through Stephen King's "Under the Dome". I'm about 450 pages in. Well less than half-way. Great book, but time-consuming.
Boom Boom Larew said…
Yeah, there were some great commercials last night...

But my favorite funny this week is Mubarak as Punxsutawney Phil.
nonamedufus said…
Boom Boom. That guy just can't take a hint, can he?
Kelly said…
I'll admit it: I only watch the Superbowl for the commercials. I don't even care about the halftime show.

However, I am rooting for the Packers. They were Red Foremans's team and that's good enough for me.

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