Saturday, February 06, 2010

Superbowl 2010

Follow Friday was fun! I found some interesting blogs and reads. I will be attempting at some point to reorganize my blog roll by topic. I am so glad that I participated. I will need to do it again soon!

So, bring on the Superbowl! I don't watch the Superbowl really. I am one of *THOSE* people. I watch it for the commercials. Unless of course the team I married into are playing--- The Steelers. Don't hate.... Celebrate Black and Gold! WOO! Ok, I'm done. Really, I am. I guess if I had to choose, I suppose I would have to choose the Saints. Why? I don't know.  Basically because my husband is next to me right now and he said, "We all want the Saints to win." So, I supposed that's a married answer too. I enjoy the food. Try to keep down the cussing and totally end up not getting the plays and have to ask 20 questions. I get football, I do. Get the ball to the end of the field, aka, the end zone, so you can get some points and hopefully get more points than the team that you want to lose, which in this case I suppose it would be the Colts. What I don't get, or know are the rules. The stoppages of play and the flag being thrown on the field which if you're seeing this for the first time it looks like a man, coach... whatever you want to call him, wants to have a temper tantrum but can't because it would probably mess up his image. Anyway, I went off on a tangent so let me start a new paragraph.

I got to see an early Superbowl commerical thanks to RedMosQui's addiction to Google reader. He apparently got a feed for this Google commercial that will be featured in tomorrows Superbowl line up of commercials. So I thought I would share it. Why? Because it has that "Awwwwww" factor. Especially if it made me tilt my head and shed a tear.  Here it is, enjoy it early too:

It's called Parisian Love.  Guy goes to study abroad and meets his future wife in a cafe in Paris. The sweetest part about the whole thing isn't the last google search, no. It's when he googled "long distance relationship advice" in the search bar, but never enters it in for the results. Nope, he decides to search for jobs in Paris instead! It's cute, it's sweet and definitely worth sharing! I do look forward to the commericals and hopefully some funny ones too!

Go Saints!


Michelle said...

Ha ha! Totally agree with you. I only watch for the ads too, but I also root for the team my husband is not. Mostly just to drive him insane!

I think the comercials this year are gonna be great! I can't wait.

Daddy Forever said...

I like the commercials too and actually watched the game this year. I was rooting for the Saints too. Great game!


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