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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Andy1608, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. Andy1608

    Andy1608 Active Member

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    Anyone else watch superbowl, what an epic show it always is with great entertainment too.
    Superbowl really knows how to put on a show, bet the atmosphere was epic there.
    Seahawks were awesome, manning wasn't so awesome unfortunately.
     
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  3. AlexGSi2000

    AlexGSi2000 Well-Known Member
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    I got a call from a mate of mine at 11pm Sunday evening (was traveling back from swapping a clutch) - he was going into town to a sports bar to go and watch it.

    To be honest, I was going to leave it - as I thought town would be dead on Sunday.
    It was - until I got there, it was absolutely heaving there - didn't really keep track of it as I was tired but it was definatley a big deal!
    Only thing that did my head in was the adverts!
     
  4. superkarl

    superkarl MAN OF STEEL

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    i dont know whether seahawks were too awesome for the broncos, or the broncos (manning!) were so poor they made them look good.
    Either way it was fun to watch, shame it wasnt much of a contest mind. Either way, im happy seahawks have their first championship.
     
  5. Ghost

    Ghost Booooooo!

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    I do enjoy watching the Super Bowl, and it was a good game to watch, but I agree with SuperKarl, although it was good to see the Seahawks put a good few points on the board at first, it then got a little one-sided, to the point that the Broncos was playing sooooo bad, I questioned if they had a bet on themselves to lose?

    The best way to watch American football, is to record it first, then fast forward the adds, and the talking in between plays.
     

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