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Taylor Swift Wins the Super Bowl!

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Tex Hollywood - February 12, 2024

In the event you haven't heard. Gracie Hunt's Kansas City Chiefs have won the Super Bowl, as predicted or decided by Joe Biden:

I was rooting for Olivia Culpo's 49ers, because I prefer the underdog and anything that has nothing to do with Taylor Swift. Plus, the 49ers did seem to be dominating the majority of the game, until the people who control the script got them to Overtime and said "ok, now win, we've dragged this out long enough.

Millions of new Super Bowl fans tuned in to see Taylor Swift cheer on her man Kelce in a skimpy top. Sitting in a Suite with Ice Spice, Blake Lively and other Illuminati shills.

They were exposed to your sport, the 7 million dollar commercials starring people like Arnold and Devito for State Farm, The new Deadpool and Wicked trailers, a lot of other unmemorable expensive marketing, but most importantly they got to see SWIFT.

The NFL loves Swift's integration into the sport, probably because they are paying her to be there, since these rich people, even the ones nearing the billionaire status don't do things for free and the marketing coverage she's given the league thanks to her "love" when she's known for being a regular girl who suffers from unlucky love.

So they did a compilation video, it is Taylor's Super Bowl after all. It's what the simulation wants!

She chugged beer. She reacted to plays in a theatrical way ensuring the camera saw. She had her red lipstick on and through it all she was barely a believable fan.

At the end of the game, she linked up with her boy Kelce to pat him on the back, while kissing him like you kiss your dying grannie on her death bed. Not so hot, but we can assume they'll carry this love into next season with marriage and babies to keep the hype alive.

It may be an act or a marketing hustle, but even if it was real it'd be an act, because there is no authentic Taylor Swift, she's a product.



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