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How to Host a Sunday Party That Has Nothing to Do with Sports

Laughing football fan celebrating after football game in stadium
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For far too long now Sunday parties have belonged to the athletically intelligent.  However, Bustle has come in clutch and is helping the not so sport-inclined people plan awesome Sunday parties too. So, if you’re looking to get down with all your nerdy friends this Sunday fun day, here’s a few ways to do it.

  • Go HAM on snacks, there’s never too many snacks
  • Make up a fight song
  • Create an insane game and take it as seriously as people take sports
  • Make tv watching competitive
  • Make a team uniform, and enforce it harshly
  • Supersize the TV

Now, you can participate in Sunday game parties, without actually caring about the sport.  For more ideas, click here.

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