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The first half of Super Bowl LIII did not go over well on social media. The low scoring game (second lowest first half in Super Bowl history) has people dragging the game, and the commercials, and even the halftime show that before it started. There were memes and gifs, and even people hoping for a Spongebob appearance. Check it out.
A made for each other #superbowl…Terrible game matched with stunningly unimaginative ads. At $5 mil+ a pop. (For the advertisers for tomorrow: How to Measure the Effectiveness of your Super Bowl Ads: https://t.co/Lu1qBU0tVF) pic.twitter.com/4g1l1ErtOy — Avinash Kaushik (@avinash) February 4, 2019
So far – Super Boring 3-0 second lowest combined first half score in #SuperBowl history. 2-0 Super Bowl IX Steelers Vikings —Continue reading "Big Game Not (Super) Bowling Twitter Over: ‘This Sucks Pretty Hard’"