What's your favorite Super Sunday event: the Super Bowl or the Puppy Bowl? | The Tylt
The Super Bowl isn't the only premier event on the first Sunday of February. For the past 16 years, the Puppy Bowl has given people who don't care about football—or need a break from grown men colliding with each other—the cutest alternative to the biggest game of the year. While the Super Bowl is the most-watched game of the year, people flock to the Puppy Bowl to watch puppies frolicking and to support dog adoptions. What's your favorite Super Sunday event? 🏈🐶
What's your favorite Super Sunday event: the Super Bowl or the Puppy Bowl?
Sundays are made for football, and the Super Bowl is the best thing about football. Championships are won, legends are made and players are remembered for eternity.
There's a reason about a third of the country watches the Super Bowl. There's nothing better, not even a stadium of puppies.
Let's do some in-depth analysis. On one hand, you have people hitting each other with the violence of a car crash on every snap, risking mangled limbs and dead brain cells. On the other, you the cutest animals in the world, hopping around—causing no harm to anyone. The choice is pretty obvious.
No one gets hurt at the Puppy Bowl. Nobody is scrutinized at the Puppy Bowl. What does happen is the number of euthanized animals drops, and people are treated to man's most loyal companions having fun. Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl is as close to universal enjoyment as you can get.