During the early part of the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, 2013, something strange happened that doesn't usually occur during a big game. The electricity went out. Things went dark inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome putting a halt to the biggest game of the NFL season for over 30 minutes before play could resume. Another strange occurrence happened soon after, and that was a Twitter account being opened for the Superdome lights.
That's right, like any "celebrity" out there, the Superdome lights were in the news so they decided to become a part of the social media world and opened up a Twitter.
"Sorry, guys. #SB47"
From there, it was a lot of pure randomness and off the wall sayings. Some of them are incredibly funny while others are a bit more simple and pun-minded. Some of the better ones were:
"There's gotta be a Harbaugh brother who's an electrician."
"I still have a better conversion percentage than David Akers."
"Who runs the world? Lights. #takethatBeyonce"
Twitter has created another new celebrity.