The other day I did a little interview with Betty Confidential, which is a site for broads that talks about things only broads are interested in.
The topic — how to pick up a guy at a Super Bowl party. A good topic, I thought.
Most seasons, I’m really only going to a Super Bowl party to troll for women and get drunk while watching two teams play a game I have no interest in. This, of course, is not most seasons.
With the Green Bay Packers playing, women will be completely non-existent to me… at least until the game is over.
You know how most people set their priorities as God, family, country, work or whatever? Well, mine are family, Green Bay Packers, women. Whiskey is a close fourth, but that’s not the point.
The point is, any woman in my life is either a Packers fan, sits quietly during the game offering occasional support, or isn’t present when the Packers are playing and has the good sense not to call until the game is over. These rules are in effect x10 this Sunday.
I’m getting way off topic here, though.
Women and football are sometimes hard to mix.
However, it’s not impossible. So, ladies, if you’re looking to score on Super Bowl Sunday, then read the Betty Confidential article. It’s pretty spot on.
And guys, you’ll probably get a kick out of the article too. We’ve all dealt with the type of women they’re advising women not to be during the Super Bowl and, as an added bonus, I channeled the 2007 NFC Championship game.
Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.