…hash it out
We’re just about a day out from this year’s Super Bowl, and I have just one question. What happened to the mystery?We’ve seen so many of the commercials already and heard so much about the halftime show, that I’m almost looking forward to the game itself, there’s still a chance it could be exciting. Of course after last year’s blood bath, anything would be exciting.
In other, more unpredictable, Super Bowl Sunday news, Chicago and much of the Midwest, are awaiting a potentially significant amount of snow during the big game. Anyone else feel like the weather forecasts have gotten really hesitant since the misfire in New York last week?
Don’t worry meteorologists, this isn’t about you. There’s a bigger crisis going on here. We are nearly into the month of February and Chicago does not have a season-defining hashtag. Winter 2014 brought us: #Chiberia and gloriously dramatic memes like this:
I don’t mean to complain, but approaching winter storm Linus, could be our last chance (please let it be our last chance, bring on the early spring). So, to avoid the catastrophe that would be a winter without a unique weather hashtag, I’d like to propose the following suggestions for the Super Bowl Sunday storm:
- #SuperSundaySnowDown: I think this one speaks for itself.
- #WheresMyBlueBlanket: Simultaneously a nod to the storm’s namesake, Linus, and Mel Brooks’ “The Producers”. Plus, who doesn’t need their blue blanket during a snow storm?
Okay, have at them Internet, and come back tomorrow, for one of the few surprises left in your Super Bowl Sunday—2WC reveals who we’re each cheering for in the big game!
Posted on January 31, 2015, in News, Opinion, Randomness, Thoughts and tagged ads, football, New England Patriots, NFL, Seattle Seahawks, snow, Super Bowl 2015, Super Bowl XLIX, weather. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.