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Top Ten Rejected Tips for Hosting a Super Bowl Party
(submitted by The Frunkus Kid)
Beat the rush by having it on Saturday.
Men just love to play charades during commercial breaks.
Record it and hold the party in July when the weather is warmer.
Fine party guests $1 every time they yell at the television, to reduce noise.
Make it a "My Little Pony" dressup event.
Stock up on tofu and kale, and be sure to stock plenty of water in recyclable bottles.
Make it alcohol-free, so you can really concentrate on the game.
Theme your party after a past Super Bowl: part way through the game turn off power to half the house.
Let the grandkids put on a little skit at half-time, instead of watching Katy Perry
Bar all the doors and windows; force guests to watch a five-hour documentary on head trauma.
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