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February 10, 2014

Porn Viewing Super Bowl Traffic Changes 2014
Image courtesy of Pornhub.com.

On Sunday, February 2, 2014, the Denver Broncos were handed a beat-down by the Seattle Seahawks. The game was the most viewed television broadcast in the history of the United States. But how did it affect porn viewing on the world's biggest porn site? Well, let's take a look at the graph, shall we?

PREGAME:

While Pornhub traffic was down worldwide during the hours leading up to the game, the biggest drops were in Washington State and Colorado, home to the two teams playing in the game.

GAME:

If you thought those pregame numbers were significant then the "during the game" numbers will certainly impress you. As you can see, traffic from Washington State and Colorado, at their peak, were both down over 50%.

POSTGAME:

The postgame numbers are my favorite. Sure, after the game you would expect the world to get back to watching porn, but if you look at the numbers, it was the sad and beaten folks in Denver/Colorado State who headed to Pornhub in the highest numbers to try and masturbate away the pain - but not the Seahawk fans.

While the Denverites were crying and cumming in front of their computers, Seattleites were still up partying and probably doing a lot of celebratory fucking as well. But what they weren't doing was sitting and watching porn.

Also, I don't know the numbers here, but I am thinking that the amount of pot smoking (legal in both Super Bowl teams' states) was way up after the game - to celebrate the victory and to help forget about the defeat.

Here's a video of people being scared by a freaky snowman:

And here are some sports-themed porn sites (or at least a couple have the word "sport" in their name): BigTitsInSports, PantyhoseSports and SexySoccerPanties.

Posted by A.K. Anderson at February 10, 2014 1:01 AM

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