Super Bowl XLIII With Friends

Send Super Bowl Sunday EcardsThis is it! The crazy American tradition of Super Bowl Sunday is here. What better way to start off on the International Friendship Month than getting your friends together for a fun party and lots of cheering. Take a leaf off Rick’s idea book and start making those calls to gather support. No matter which team you had supported, no matter if your team is already out of the competition, you can always cheer for football. After all, the idea is to have a crazy time and as long as there’s a game on, any team is as good! Plus the commercials are great.

I love the way friends go at each other, trying to outdo the other by their knowledge of game strategy and planning. Everyone seems to have acquired a special inside scoop from the coaches or the players by which they know more about what’s going on. You think it’s just a guy thing but there are some ladies out there who are really into it too. They yell, they cuss and urge the players to do something that may be physically impossible, but in a high-tension game, there is no time for afterthought. They want the game to be as they want it to be. And I like to watch the small triumphs and tragedies that are a part of a die-hard sports fan’s life. They don’t affect the fan directly, but who said sports taught you to be selfish? Sports is a team effort and will always be.

So this Super Bowl Sunday, root for your favorite team and your favorite game! Who are you rooting for? What are your plans? Are you going to be watching the game just like us? Or you’re really not into the hype? Some answers you could write to me while you wait for the whistle to go off.

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8 thoughts on “Super Bowl XLIII With Friends

  1. Sports used to be have an element of chivairy but sadly things have changed. It is so commercialized nowadays that it is like ABBA’s song, ‘the winner takes it all’. I am not so sure about the ladies but I think it is more the guys who are mad with games. It is the commercial companies that are driving the players now. I still appreciate the teams that concentrate on team work rather than the glory of individual stars. It is often these teams who will win in the end. However, it is hard to find such teams nowadays, and one also have to be careful for the wolf under the sheep skin. Often the wolf does not come in singly but as a gang.

  2. B, I have to make a protest. It is not the ladies. It is the fire for the game that is driving people. Of course one still have to follow the rules and not going beyond the limits. This is important.

  3. Today, Im rooting for the game of Life.. I will be rooting for the two families that I know that have just had a loved one pass away in the past day.. rooting for their courage and strength in such a monumenatl time.. And yet, I will also be rooting for all the friends that will be together enjoying the comradery (sp?); chest slamming, high fiving, beer drinking, and eating good food..yelling at the big screen T.V.’s and betting on what team is going to win.. But yes in the big picture, it is the Team of Friendship that always wins…. Have a Great Game Friends.

  4. I really love the game and the spirit. That keeps me going. To watch how each team work out the strategy to outdo the other team is fascinating.

  5. My brother has always been my favorite. He taught many things, including the meaning of life. I am really worried that he is wasting his life away lately because of the Super Bowl fever. He sits in front of the TV all day long, watching rerun over and over again. He always says that girls do not understand. I do understand and I like watching my favorite game too, but only if I could spare the time. It is really painful to see him in his black circles and sunken cheeks. I think Mom and Dad feel the same too. I want my brother back. Bob, can you help?

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