What are your #GameDayTraditions?
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What are your #GameDayTraditions?

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Are you ready for some football? I know I am! There are so many ways to get ready for football games. Now, in my house, we are a house divided. For those of you who don't know, I am from Green Bay, Wisconsin. I currently live in the suburbs of Chicago here in Illinois. Now, my husband is from Illinois but went to college in Wisconsin which is where I met him. (Just to get that question out of the way. It's something we still get asked even though we've been together 20 years.) Our football watching tends to be a little unique.

First we get suited up in our fan gear.  We have our own shirts and jerseys.  You can see mine up above.  Using those Tide Pods, help keep all our gear clean and ready to cheer with.  


Food is next on our agenda.  You always have to have some great food on hand to enjoy the game.  I personally love chili and pork on a stick.  (I'm sure this has a name besides that, but we just call it pork on a stick here!).  Sometimes we use plates and sometimes just Bounty Select-A-Size!  

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Now, if you know my husband, you know that he loves his hot sauce.  However, sometimes it later will totally stink up whatever room he is in if you get my drift.  That's where the Febreze comes in handy.  Plus, it is great to use to get rid of some of the stinkier foods we may cook.  (Yes, he's a fan of sauerkraut too.)

People always laugh when they hear how we watch football games together.  Well, together in the same house.  If it is a Chicago Bear/Green Bay Packer game, we don't watch it on the same level.  My husband goes to the man cave in the basement, and I watch in the living room.  Having grown up in a football town, I talk a lot of smack.  That being said, if it isn't that game, we watch it in the living room together.

These are just a few of our game day traditions.  What are your game day traditions?

20 thoughts on “What are your #GameDayTraditions?

  1. That sounds like a lot of fun! It would be great to watch it together, but however you enjoy the game so long as you’re both happy that’s awesome too.

  2. These are indeed great game day traditions. I love the Febreze idea for afterwards and the Tide Pods also come in handy too. I don’t have any game day traditions. The chili and pork sound good which I may have to try.

  3. We love to have a ton of snacks when we are watching a game. Nachos and chips with dip are favorites. I always add healthy snacks like fresh fruit and veggies.

  4. I hate to admit it but we have a #GameDay Tradition too! I normally do laundry, some baking (if I am feeling fancy), and there is a little stand (about five minutes away) that sells amazing pulled pork. You can’t beat amazing food, fresh clothes, and baked good during cold weather fun days!

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