Super Obvious Evidence That Neil Patrick Harris Wants To Make The Superbowl A Gay Pride Parade

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Neil Patrick Harris CBS Superbowl Ad

If you're straight and you like football, then you're probably secretly gay. That's just a fact going forward in 2013. At least according to the fine people over WND who think that a new Neil Patrick Harris ad for the Superbowl's clearly mocking Tim Tebow's religious beliefs — while also pushing a gay agenda. Yes, one ad, two gay stones.

I lied.

Three gay stones. Every time you see the ad, a gay couple gets permission to adopt a child. That's the way society works now in 2013. Welcome to Gaymerica, where everyone's out to destroy Christianity under the guise of a football game. Turns out all those wings were just a distraction. Confused? Don't be. It all comes down to NPH's Superbowl ad.

At first you're all like awww, I love Neil Patrick Harris. Then you're all like, wait a second…I've seen this ad before. Conveniently located in the opening chapters of the bible.

Tim Tebow John 316 paint

Yep. He's openly mocking Tim Tebow's classic religious game paint get-up.

Tim Tebow, known for his Christian faith as well as football, became world famous for proclaiming Bible verses such as John 3:16 on his eyeblack, especially when he played for the University of Florida Gators before going pro.

One football fan who watched the CBS promo Sunday made the connection between Harris and Tebow, saying, “They’re pushing a gay agenda by using him, and they’re mocking Christians at the same time.”

Harris is best known for his role as a child-prodigy physician in the 1989 TV series “Doogie Howser, M.D.”

You know, since Tim Tebow's the first football player to ever put black game paint under his eyes. And since Neil Patrick Harris is “best known” for his role on an '80s TV show and not his current hit How I Met Your Mother.

Icebox Little Giants

Slash HELLO ICEBOX! What's that you have under your eyes? Oh is it that black game paint? Welp, you know what this means. Little Giants is also an anti-Christian propaganda film. I guess we should have seen this coming, I mean a girl playing football?! That sends all kinds of horrible messages to children.

Thank god I never got into football. It would such a shame to have to boycott it this year.

(Photos: WND/Blisstree)