THE PUPPY BOWL
Hello, and welcome to my week-by-week review of everything in the world. Today I am reviewing The Puppy Bowl.
The Puppy Bowl is a television show on the Internet that is just like the Super Bowl, but instead of humans, it stars puppies. And instead of teamwork, it’s utter chaos.
In many ways, the Puppy Bowl is more progressive than its human counterpart. For instance, it allows women puppies to participate which I find quite refreshing. The NFL should really let some of the cheerleaders play. They’re part of the team and must know the game very well. I’m sure some of them are doing their cheers just wishing they could throw on a helmet and some clothes and run out there to score some touchdowns. I hope Disney makes that one of their films.
The puppies don’t appear to have a lot of skill when it comes playing football. I’m not sure if they aren’t trained or if they simply don’t care. They definitely seem much less driven than human football players. Maybe it’s because they’ve been spayed or neutered. I suppose if they weren’t so complacent they might be driven to shady tactics like deflated balls or growth hormones to win a game. It’s almost as if they don’t know they’re playing a game.
The one real big failing with the Puppy Bowl is that none of the players (which all come from shelters) were my puppy that ran away on Christmas. That was a big disappointment and made it much harder for me to choose which team and puppy to root for. I knew it was a long shot but that was the main reason I tuned in—to see if my puppy might be there. If he was I bet he would have scored all the touchdowns. He can run so fast.
Please join me next week when I’ll be reviewing a hammock.