If only Vegas would let us bet it all on red for the Super Bowl, too.
The Chiefs definitely knew how to aim for the head.
Forget memes; monotone, unenthusiastic play by play is definitely how to get us hyped.
Why can't you just let us enjoy this, Karen?
Imagine how much more it would sting for San Francisco if the final combined score of the Super Bowl was 49.
This coupled with all the fried food at the party made for a tough night for our old ticker.
Who knew a few weeks ago that KC of all teams was going to get to be this cocky in a meme?
The 49ers defensive coordinator looking like he's watching his armies get destroyed by 300 Chiefs in the Super Bowl.
They really did make a hard left turn in that second half, didn't they?
That feeling when you see Bud Light, Pepsi, Charlie Day and Emily Hampshire all team up to sell you Tide.
This is inspiring, because it lets us know that all of us who'd close our eyes and chuck the ball in terror can one day be a Super Bowl quarterback.
Why on Earth would we cast aside either of these role models?
We don't know why... but we're thankful so memes like this could exist.
He's "Mr. Worldwide" but apparently not "Mr. Hometown."
It must feel like an apocalypse film where you're the last (and most boring) person on the planet.