Butterfinger Humiliates Chicago Bears Via Twitter
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Butterfinger Humiliates Chicago Bears Via Twitter

The Chicago Bears hoped they will start the Thursday night game with linking arms with the Green Bay Packers.

But sadly, for them, when the game started it was just a comedy show, the Twitter users immediately started to make fun of the situation.

John S. Roberts, wrote saying he considered the locked-arms gesture an “F U Lite” to America — if you will.”

But Butterfinger’s tweet captured the situation in the best way.

The social media fun started when a snap bounced off the knee of quarterback Mike Glennon. Green Bay, that hit hard its rival 35-14, recovered the ball.

“Butter…knees?” wrote on Twitter the candy bar company.

Other in the Bears social media didn’t find that so funny.


“Stick to candy,” the Bears tweeted back.

The hapless Bears, though, were target for a comeback that was not long in arriving.

“Stick to football. Oh … wait,” Butterfinger retweeted.

Chicago then shared a tweet about Charlie Puth song, Attention.

“Attention it’s 14-0 and you’re focusing on the wrong game here,” it tweeted.

“This is just sad,” Butterfinger tweeted when the game started to go down.

And then Butterfinger tweeted trying to bring back the Bears.

“You there?” Butterfinger wrote as the last tweet of the evening.

“Butterfinger — 1, Bears — 0,” Roberts tweeted. “Sorry, I mean Butterfinger won.”

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  1. Catalina Woody

    September 30, 2017 at 8:18 pm

    This is hilarious!

  2. paulette

    September 30, 2017 at 8:22 pm


  3. Big Dick Brannigan

    September 30, 2017 at 8:59 pm

    Now i know what candy I will be exclusively doling out to the Trick or Treaters.

  4. Sal belardo

    September 30, 2017 at 10:33 pm

    Done in by a candy bar!

  5. Maubi

    September 30, 2017 at 11:40 pm

    Butter Finger buttered those Chicago turkeys right up. LOMA

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