Over 8,000 pounds of Butterfingers candy bars were delivered by a company called Pawngo to Boston’s Copley Square on Tuesday, a gesture mocking New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker for his dropped pass during the fourth quarter of the team’s 21-17 Super Bowl XLVI loss to the New York Giants on Sunday night.
The Denver and Chicago Internet based business dropped off 900 Butterfingers along with a sign that proclaimed, “Thank You Wes Welker.”
This move was clearly a public relations move, designed to get them attention, which it clearly did. Pawngo calls itself the Internet’s first online pawn shop and said it did what it did to try to give the city of Boston and Patriots fans everywhere some much needed comic relief.
Chances are, Welker and his Patriots teammates and family did not find it all that humorous.
Well, Gisele Bundcheon was probably laughing somewhere. Hopefully, this time it was not caught on camera like when she said that her husband “cannot [explet...