If you don’t know what “WTF” means, maybe you shouldn’t be playin’. I know because I have two teens-one in college, one in high school-that are skilled in “texting” (another example of a noun turned into a verb.)
Seen on the Super Bowl broadcast. Mostly ads.
- Some vacuum cleaner is blowing air into some robot. Hose gets disconnected, blowing dust all over the screen. WTF.
- Something like, “Dunkin Donuts gets things done each morning.” WTF.
- For all those wanting to watch all the Super Bowl ads, go to some web site after the game. WTF.
- We get to watch some dog lapping water out of a stainless steel bowl. In high def, the reflections off the bowl look pretty neat. But, WTF.
- Several female people with names I didn’t recognize, sitting in those suites that us normal people couldn’t get close to. Were they drunk and/or pregnant? WTF.
- Some guy takes a set of jumper cables, connected to a car battery, and attaches them to his nipples. Drinks some drink. Some other car starts. WTF.
And finally, the Giants have beaten the Patriots. 17-14. WTF.