Super Bowl Party Tradition
Authored by Rickey Combs
Since the Super Bowl only comes once a year, I have to make sure my party sends out the season with a bang. Hosting the Super Bowl party is very special to me because it continues a tradition I started years ago when I moved into my home. For 10 years now, all of my neighbors and friends come over to my house to watch the game on my hulu tv.
The first year I moved here, I hosted the Super Bowl party and my next-door neighbor brought a friend; she would soon become my wife. Now, we've been married for four years and have been continuing the Super Bowl party ever since. We both like to grill, so our party is full of barbeque chicken and ribs.
We always buy about five different bags of chips, but we also encourage our guests to bring plenty of beer or wine. There's been a discussion that the football season might be postponed next year, so I want to make sure this party is one we'll remember for at least two more years.
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