Tuesday, January 28, 2014
British Friends Describe The Super Bowl
We’ve established that British people don’t understand American football and find it quite strange. But then, most Americans don’t really understand it, either. Here, we get a glimpse of what real British people have to say about it.
“The existence of a Super Bowl suggests that there are lesser bowls.” He’s absolutely right. The Super Bowl traditionally comes after the Rose Bowl, Orange Bowl, and Sugar Bowl, which used to be really big and had their own parades. But those are college games, and the names were changed to reflect corporate sponsorship, so no one can keep up with them anymore.
But they understand the expensive ads and the halftime show pretty well. (via Buzzfeed)