Just in Case: Super Bowl Party Etiquette

Here you go.

My favorite?

6. It is OK for a host to sell “premium seat upgrades”—a reservation on the couch, center of the room, complimentary soft drinks—for $35 each. Everyone’s been on a plane recently. They’ll grumble but understand.

Happy Super Sunday, everyone.  Should have been the Packers.

4 thoughts on “Just in Case: Super Bowl Party Etiquette

  1. I know the Packers played their worst game of the season when it mattered the most. The Patriots did them one better by having the worst drive of their season when it mattered most. Good game. Wrong ending. Go figure.

    • Really?
      I guess I’m still miffed about baby-brother Manning NOT wanting to play for the Chargers and then having daddy acquiesce to his tantrum. Brats and Bowls do not mix.

      • 8 years ago. Maybe it’s time to let it go. I think that there have been worse sins in the world of sports but maybe I’d be singing a different tune if I was on the losing side.

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