The big winner tonight: Donkeylips

There was a moment early during the first Giants series when I had a profound revelation—there was a football game being played. Especially being in Boston, the hype over the last two weeks has been so crazy and overwhelming. It was nice to be reminded of why we watch sports in the first place—for great games like this. Sports have an incredible capability to shock us and surprise us over and over again.

Three terrible outcomes:

1. Renewed New York fans. The only force more annoying in sports than Boston fans are New York fans.

2. More exposure for the 1972 Dolphins. Those guys would be more annoying than New York fans but there’s less of them and I don’t have to bump into them on a regular basis.

3. Back-to-back Manning Super Bowl victories. I don’t think this needs to be explained.

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6 Responses to “The big winner tonight: Donkeylips”

  1. zachary Says:

    go green!

    watching donkey lips commercial: i literally pointed to the screen and go “why is he so familiar?” and then someone said i think thats donkey lips. sure enough.

    im glad the giants won, im sick of the pats. really sick.

    big winner tonight? tom brady – he gets to go home to Gisele. (firefox corrected my spelling of Gisele, apparently they know its a person and it should be capitalized. weird)

  2. broseph Says:

    donkey lips? i must have missed that one with all the beer i had consumed. needless to say, i was pretty jubilant by the end of the game.

  3. sloan Says:

    you can watch it at myspace.com/superbowlads

    fourth quarter, mountain dew amp. it’s not pretty. but the man has to eat.

  4. sloan Says:

    if i have to hear analysts saying that brady was bad because he was hanging out with gisele… i might hurt someone. and that person will be myself because i’m a pacifist. so i hope that doesn’t happen.

    how about that gmen front four? those dudes were good.

  5. broseph Says:

    finally saw it. horror is definitely the order of the day. at least blake sennett ended up getting out of there relatively unscathed. but yeah, i think justin tuck deserved the MVP. man was playing at a level few napoleon complex sufferers should be capable of.

    but what is most important is that tom coughlin won. now they can immortalize him in bronze, unsmiling, with scooby doo eyes that follow them when they aren’t looking. dude is unsettling.

  6. zachary Says:

    i really hate when analysts say dating a supermodel is gonna ruin a players ability.

    what i hate more is proclamations like this “this loss will ruin the patriots” – sean salisbury. hes easily the worst thing on espn. i fart better anal-ysis. i hope he reads this blog too. hes an idiot.

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