How To Throw a Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl PartyIntroduction

Look on the bright side–you may not have tickets to the event but unlike the fans in the stadium, you’ll be able to see all the cool new multimillion-dollar commercials that debut during the game!
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Things You’ll Need

* Tray Of Cold Cuts
* Cheeses Tray
* Ice Chests
* Crackers
* football pinatas
* Soft Drinks
* Beer
* Two 6-foot Sub Sandwiches
* Chips
* Vegetables Tray
* Super Bowl Decorations
* Snack Dips

Superbowl PartySteps

Step One
Decorate the house in the colors of the team you’re rooting for. If one of the teams playing is “your” team, put on all your paraphernalia.

Step Two
Invest in a few foam “bad-call bricks” to throw at the TV so your guests can express their feelings about the refs without doing damage to your house.

Step Three
If you’re going to have guests who are rooting for different teams, establish an imaginary line (or for fun, “draw” one with masking tape) down the center of the room. Decorate each side in one team’s colors.
Super Bowl Party Tips

Step Four
Order a “Super Bowl Party in a Box” that includes plates, napkins, cups and a football snack bowl.

Step Five
Pick up veggie, cheese and cold cut plates and a six-foot long sandwich or two from a deli and have all the food laid out on a table within sight of the TV. Don’t make your guests choose between eating and watching the game.

Step Six
Buy several six-packs of beer. Keep the beer in a cooler close by so you don’t have to run to the fridge when it’s third and inches. Restock the cooler at halftime.

Step Seven
Have everyone write down who they think will win and what the final score will be before the game starts. Award a silly prize, like a big football piñata, to the person who comes the closest.

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