W1: How can it be that important? It's not like Hallmark makes a card for it. So where are the boys?
W2: Down at the supermarket stocking up.
M1: Look at this; Super Bowl t-shirts, Super Bowl bobble head figures, Super Bowl pins, Super Bowl foam-rubber fingers.
M2: I know. It's terrible. Super Bowl has gotten so commercial.
M1: Really. They've forgotten the true meaning of Super Bowl.
M2: Indeed. It's the only place I know where tailgating is a good thing.
M1: So, we got corn chips, barbecue chips, sour cream and onion chips, salt & vinegar chips, salsa chips, pizza chips...anything else?
M2: I don't know. We might be a little light on the chips.
M1: Well, if we get enough beer, they shouldn't notice.
M2: Oh, man, they're out of beer helmets!
M1: So what's the half-time show?
M2: It's a salute to 100 years of powered flight, featuring the models from Victoria's Secret.
M1: It's like a history lesson brought to life!
W2: So what do you want to do?
W1: I don't know. I suppose we could go to the movies. There are a couple of movies I'd like to see that Doug won't go to, like "Far Side of the Heart," "Cry Until it Hurts," or "Marriage & Disease."
W2: Or we could go to that male strip club.
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