The Super Bowl is Sunday . . . as you’re well aware by now, whether you’re into it or not.  And here’s some random, related stupidity that’s making the rounds online.

1.  A new report says that Americans will spend an average of $189 on the Super Bowl, which is up . . . a lot . . . from an average of $124 last year.

But more importantly, that’s also $25 MORE than the average American plans to spend on Valentine’s Day.

(Technically, that covers ALL adults, but you know the takeaway there is:  MEN drop more money on the Super Bowl than on Valentine’s Day.)

2.  Google Trends put out a list of the most-searched Super Bowl recipes, and “shrimp scampi” was #1, followed by chili . . . meatloaf . . . meatball . . . sliders . . . sloppy joes . . . goulash . . . pizza dough . . . Alfredo sauce . . . and cheesecake.

They also put out a list of the most-searched Super Bowl drinks, and they’re COCKTAILS.  (Not really the booze I think of when it comes to Super Bowl parties, but I can get onboard.)

A Manhattan was #1, followed by Shirley Temple . . . Sidecar . . . Sex on the Beach . . . Roy Rogers . . . Screwdriver . . . Grasshopper . . . Painkiller (which is thematic AND delicious) . . . Cosmopolitan . . . and a John Daly.  (???)

3.  Earlier this week, we heard that a QUARTER of Americans are betting on the Super Bowl.  And in a separate poll, it sounds like MEN are a lot more likely to bet than women . . . and the Midwest is the region of the U.S. LEAST likely to bet.

It’s also a young people’s thing.  48% of Gen Z’ers say they’re NOT putting any money on the game . . . compared to a whopping 94% of Boomers.

4.  In a poll last year, 14% of Americans admitted they have ZERO understanding of football.

(Those people probably DO have a good understanding of how the commercials USED TO BE GOOD, but in recent years . . . meh.)