Super Bowl Sunday might seem like a tough thing to make the best of if you’re not into guys running into each other on the gridiron or a smorgasbord of guac, chips, and beer. But think about it, what else is happening while everyone is watching the game? Everywhere else… is empty.
Go to an amusement park. At home in Florida, guess what day the theme parks are all empty? You guessed it. If Florida’s commonly sunny February is kind, you could ride all the rides as much as you’d like, and probably have time to strike up a conversation with the bored park employees.
See that new flick. The movies, while likely not totally empty, are sure to have room for you at the time you want, and you’ll be in the company of your fellow evil geniuses who figured out this lovely loophole.
Go to a high-end restaurant. Couldn’t get reservations? Now you can. Sip some wine, take your time, have dessert. Super Bowl Sunday is a great night for a fancy date.
Work out at your leisure. What are all the annoying bench-pressing meat-heads doing? Watching the game. What are they not doing? Working out! All the machines are open and clean. Turn the channels on the TVs to what you want to watch and kick it into high gear at the gym.
You get the point: while everybody’s doing one thing, they’re probably not doing the thing you want to do. So get creative! You’ll be able to catch up on all the commercials (the Internet will see to that) and find out who won and how close it was later. Put this info in your pocket for next year so you can own Super Bowl Sunday.
What do you do while everyone is watching the game?