Superbowl Party Etiquette: For Women that Aren’t Into Football

5 Feb

When you reach the big game party do NOT say this!

You and Your…Social Life

Let’s be honest, women that don’t give two craps about football tune in for the superbowl, Its just what women do. But we only end up asking a millions questions and pissing the men off. When a scenario such as a 50 plus yard field goal, down by 1 in regulation, is playing out on a 46-inch HD screen the last thing a man wants to hear is “What’s going on?” So ladies, here’s a few tips to help your Superbowl party experience run smooth.

1. Be on time. This is critical, especially if you’re attending with your husband/boyfriend. Men hate being late for super bowl parties, they want to see everything. If the performer for the national anthem is being announced and you’re still applying makeup you’re LATE! Even if Dolly Parton is singing the national anthem men want to be all the way tuned in.

2. Do not show up in football gear. A woman rocking football gear to a Superbowl party is a dead give away she isn’t a football fan. Leave the jerseys, hats, and sweatshirts for the game. Show up cute and relaxed.

3. Have a beer. I know lots of woman don’t drink beer but football, wings, and beer go hand in hand. Not suggesting to indulge in a six pack of Budweiser, we don’t want you ending up with a beer belly, but try a Corona with lime, its still very lady like and actually very yummy.

4. Majority Rules. Women have a bad habit of going against the team that’s favored “just because.” Yes, for no reason at all we will go against the majority and root for the underdog team. The main reason women that don’t watch football shouldn’t do this is because… Well….they don’t watch football! They have no reason at all for supporting this team other than “the guy who throws the ball has a cute butt.”

5. No questions under no circumstances. My advice to you would be to STFU and listen to the commentators, I mean that’s their job, right? When it doubt check your facebook feed and Twitter timelines. There will always be someone giving play by play updates in layman’s terms.

6. No Debbie Downers allowed. A man’s favorite team winning the super bowl can be compared to a woman experiencing her first orgasm, purchasing her first pair of Christian Louboutins or leaving the hair salon with a fresh new do. To sum it up, it’s pretty freaking awesome. Comments such as “It’s just a game” are not cool. Men are stoked when their favorite team wins the championship. Be happy with them, or keep your ass at home.

Superbowl parties are fun. Eat, drink, laugh and enjoy America’s new favorite pastime. Let’s go Steelers!

-Channie

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7 Responses to “Superbowl Party Etiquette: For Women that Aren’t Into Football”

  1. bilaal February 5, 2011 at 7:17 PM #

    So u a drinker now? 😉

  2. NickNice February 5, 2011 at 7:20 PM #

    Good advice!I am that woman that will go to a superbowl party and ask a million questions! Hahahahaha..

  3. allan February 5, 2011 at 7:31 PM #

    Hilarious , also factual

  4. Cola February 6, 2011 at 11:12 AM #

    Hahahaha, @Bilal a drinker is an understatement! Too bad no females ever follow the rules…..they make their own

  5. nik February 7, 2011 at 4:08 PM #

    I’ve had my share of annoyed boyfriends. But now I know the game like the back of my hand! Good job Chanster!

  6. samiah90 February 7, 2011 at 8:30 PM #

    Only one I don’t agree with is #2, I don’t see anything wrong with wearing a jersey to support your bf’s team or whatever. Everything else is on point though! lol, especially #4. My brother’s girlfriend does this. SMH! not supporting your bf’s team in favor of being a biotch? wth! lol.

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