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Simon's Blog - January 31, 2006

January 31, 2006

I'm in full Super Bowl mode this week. I've been playing Madden 06 every day, sleeping with my jockstrap on and trying to grow my hair out like Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here's a few suggestions to help you get the most out of your Super Bowl Sunday:

  • Get In The Game - I'm starting my Super Bowl Sunday off by playing a game of football with my friends in my backyard. It's a good way to get yourself in a football frame of mind and work up an appetite for Super Bowl snacking.
  • Super Bowl Snacks - Having plenty of food around is essential for watching the Super Bowl. I'd love to share some tasty Super Bowl recipes with you but I don't have any. My Super Bowl cooking strategy involves either ordering a pizza or being nice to my mom all week, so she'll make me and my brother a big pile of burritos. Whatever your strategy, make sure you have plenty of snacks on hand so you don't have to make a food run during halftime.
  • Super Bowl Trivia - No one really likes the annoying chump who constantly interupts the game to pass on useless pieces of Super Bowl trivia - but if you're looking to learn a few extra football facts, check out Kidzworld's Super Bowl Quiz.
  • Skip the Halftime Show - The halftime show at Super Bowl XL is gonna be the Rolling Stones. Don't waste your time. I've never seen them play before but they're a band that's kind of like the Nintendo 64 of video game sytems - old, ugly and totally outdated. You're better off spending halftime stocking up on snacks, playing Madden 2006 or watching reruns of The Simpsons on Fox.
  • Later,
    Simon

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