Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Super Bowl Party 101: Things You Should Never Do at a Super Bowl Party

There's always someone attending the Super Bowl party who doesn't think it's as important as you do. Who's there for the food and the women/men. Those people will always break football code of ethics with no thought or concern. If you are one of those people or you know one of those people print this post off and study may save a life!

DO NOT......

  1. Arrive late: Should I really have to tell you this? Remember, you will be watching the Super Bowl with people who really care about the game, so ringing the doorbell during the Giants’ first offensive series is a serious infraction. Make sure you arrive at least 30 minutes before the kickoff (officially 6:30 p.m.), early enough to take in some of the pregame, meet everyone in the room and find a place to sit.
  2. Talk during the game: Nothing is more annoying than not being able to follow the action because someone is chattering away or asking silly questions. If you must talk, save it for a timeout or a commercial — there will be plenty of them.
  3. Get up to go to the bathroom in the middle of the game: You’re not watching the game by yourself and any unnecessary motion might be a distraction or block someone else’s view during a 99 yard TD pass from Brady to Welker……a riot may break out. You have been warned.
  4. Bring your kids: If the host of the party actually has a separate room for children, then it’s okay. If you’re not sure if children are even invited leave ‘em at home. They’ll just be a distraction.
  5. Ask questions: Now is not the time for Football 101. It gets irritating when someone keeps asking a question about the game. “Why did he do that?” “How did they get the ball back” “What does that mean”….please please don’t do it!
  6. Get drunk: It's ok to drink and get "tipsy" (I guess) but please do not exceed your limit to the point to wear you become annoying and loud. Nothing would be more embarrassing than you getting kicked out of a SB party!
  7. Bring a friend: Unless the host has said it is ok...don't bring Judy or John with you. It's not proper to invite someone to party that isn't your party.
Tomorrow: Super Bowl Party 101: Things You Should Do If You’re Hosting a SB Party

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