Super Bowl XLVII "ended another lifetime after it began," clocking in at "a whopping 4 hours and 14 minutes," says The Associated Press' Tim Dahlberg. And it was "the strangest Super Bowl you will ever see." The showdown between quaterbacks Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens and Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers — and their respective coaches, brothers John and Jim Harbaugh — was also the most Twittered game in Super Bowl history, with 24.1 million tweets about the game and halftime show, including 231,500 tweets per minute when the lights went out for an extended blackout. So if you didn't watch the game, and need some quick talking points for work or other social interaction, or you did watch the game and want to relive the excitement and confusion — and Beyoncé! — here's a recap of Super Bowl XLVII, as retold in LXX tweets:

Here's a GIF of that tremendous Jacoby Jones TD receptio... on Twitpic