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SUPERBOWL HALF-TIME SHOW (Satire from the Babylon Bee)

06 Feb


MIAMI, FL—Super Bowl organizers were really worried about the risk of a wardrobe malfunction for the 2020 halftime show. Previous errors have caused millions to be exposed to terrible things like nudity, cursing, and The Black-Eyed Peas for the first time.

Instead of risking a wardrobe malfunction this year, event planners decided to eliminate most of the singers’ wardrobes.

“We didn’t want to risk someone’s shirt or pants falling off, so we just got rid of the shirt and pants,” said one choreographer. “You can’t have a wardrobe malfunction without a wardrobe. It’s a genius plan.” In another major precaution, showrunners eliminated the possibility of a musical error by not featuring actual music.

Unfortunately, the plan backfired, and a wardrobe malfunction occurred anyway, causing a small amount of clothing to be placed on both celebrities by mistake.

Editor: And this was supposed to be a family-friendly show?! Complete with strippers’ poles?

 
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Posted by on February 6, 2020 in culture

 

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2 responses to “SUPERBOWL HALF-TIME SHOW (Satire from the Babylon Bee)

  1. Anonymous

    February 6, 2020 at 9:54 am

    Dr. Dixon,
    Any comment to the below YouTube analysis? You can google it.

    WHAT THEY SECRETLY TOLD US DURING THE HALFTIME SHOW (2020)

    Thank you
    Stephen

     
  2. Dr. Larry Dixon

    February 7, 2020 at 5:50 am

    Stephen: That was amazing. The connections (most of them) don’t seem strained. Everyone has a worldview, right? Thanks for sharing this with me. Blessings. Dr. D.

     

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