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Out of Bounds on Planet Ill, 2/07/10: The 10 Commandments of Super Bowl Sunday

Rahsaan HuntContributor IFebruary 7, 2010

Once a year, we to bid farewell to another NFL season with the annual competition that’s known as the Super Bowl. Friends, family, and newcomers visit our humble abodes with open arms as we reflect on a football season that’s in the books with the final meaningful football game of the year. Super Bowl Sunday isn’t your average day of football. It’s a day where we pay homage to the Gods of the NFL with sacrifices of meat, bread, cheese, and beer. It is a Holy Day of Obligation to Football Fans and we worship this idol god with great honor. This is our day, New Year’s, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day rolled up into one day.  This is the original and only “Man’s Day”

However, more and more women are following the country’s #1 sport and a few changes are need in how we celebrate Super Bowl Sunday. So I sat down with a pen, a pad, an abacus, a midget assistant by the name of “Chi-Chi” and a llama, and devised a set of rules that can make everyone’s Super Bowl Sunday, host and guest, enjoyable. For now, just look to me as the “Moses” of Planet Ill.

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