The Superbowl? What is that?

Superbowl Sunday in the United States tends to be a day that people have parties, eat lots of junk food, and are glued to their flatscreen televisions to watch American football.

On Saturday night I went to a friend’s house for a lady’s night/sleepover.  It was fantastic, of course, and when we woke up this morning we made ourselves a feast of eggs, hash browns, and pancakes.

After spending a lazy Sunday around their apartment, we finally decided to get out of the apartment and get dinner.   As we drove down the street, Emily, Juliette, Sarah, and I realized that our plan was very different than everyone else’s.  We were going to Whole Foods, dressed quite nicely, and were going to watch “All About Eve”, a classic film.  Our dinner consisted of very healthy items, including fruit.  I know, crazy, right?

I must say that we managed to successfully avoid the testosterone-laden events of the day.  It really was not a planned thing, but I am very happy with the outcome.  Thank you, ladies.

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  1. I watched last year’s Super Bowl and it was a great game, but afterwards, I came away from it feeling like I’d wasted a whole bunch of time. This year, I found I had no desire to watch it so I didn’t and it was good.

  2. Slowly the football phase/craze is giving way to some productive things in life. Even though had few invites to superbowl parties (which would’ve ended up super-drunk party except for the party in a friend’s house). I ended up driving far away from the city, to a place with ‘souls’ and had fun-filled time-worthy discussion.