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6 Different Kinds of People You'll Meet at the Super Bowl Party This Weekend (PHOTOS)

by Lindsay Mannering January 31, 2013 at 12:50 PM
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The Commercial "Expert"

The Commercial "Expert" is a guest neither to be indulged nor ignored, but simply observed. He or she is only there for the hilarious ads and will comment on the cost of the ad space and will willfully give their opinion after each commercial no matter if anyone's listening or not. They'll also become flabbergasted when someone decides to pee during the commercials because, to them, it's the most important event of the night. Watch out for high pitched squees during halftime.

The Commercial "Expert" is a guest neither to be indulged nor ignored, but simply observed. He or she is only there for the hilarious ads and will comment on the cost of the ad space and will willfully give their opinion after each commercial no matter if anyone's listening or not. They'll also become flabbergasted when someone decides to pee during the commercials because, to them, it's the most important event of the night. Watch out for high pitched squees during halftime.

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Coles_mom
January 31, 2013 at 2:02 PM
You forgot one. :) in my case, I'll be the mom-who-doesn't-want-to-be-there-but-will-go-to-the-in laws-so-I-can-drive-my-drunk-ass-husband-home-and-since-I'm-sober-I'll-also-end-up-babysitting-everyone-else's-kid. Happens every year and I hate it. I hate drunk people and the thousand snot-nosed kids that somehow or another get out in my care (usually its because they're playing with my kids and the mom or dad will run up real quick and say, "oh, can you keep an eye on them for a sec? I've got to run to the bathroom". And then they never come back. And next time I see them they're passed out on the couch. And I can't let their kid drown (the house is on the lake). Maybe I'll come down with the flu before Sunday.
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Nonmember comment from Zuri
February 2, 2013 at 5:20 PM
You also forgot the "I-don't-really-care-superduper-much-but-I'm-here-because-my-father-loves-football-and-the-ads-are-sometimes-funny-and-it's-an-excuse-not-to-do-homework" guest (that's me.) ;) And watch out when different family members are rooting for different teams. I'm the only Ravens supporter in my family (they're closer to home), and I have a feeling I'll never hear the end of it come Sunday.
Facebook comment from Todd Vrancic
February 3, 2013 at 4:20 PM

I'm never a guest at a Super Bowl party because it's usually the first Sunday in February and that's when my daughter's birthday party is.  Not that I'd add much to one, I don't drink, don't care about football, don't care much about the commercials and I don't gamble.  I'm also not dieting, nor am I a gourmet.  I guess I'm no fun at all, but my wife disagrees.

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