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Bee My Match – This Girl And Football

It’s SUNDAY that means FOOTBALL!!!!! Ok, whatever. Listen, I’ve worked for football teams, and I still don’t understand everything that goes on out on the field. It’s not that I can’t grasp the concept, I just don’t feel like putting in the effort. I’m more interested in what’s there to snack on.

But if you’re dating a guy (or girl) who is completely into football, Match.com has a few tips on how you (and they) can enjoy it a little bit more.

Just the facts
Don’t be a know-it-all. Let him impress you with his mastery of minutia.

Tip: Stick to a few basic facts: The game flow is four 15-minute quarters, “field goals” are worth 3-points, “touchdowns” are worth 6-points, with an opportunity to gain another point with a field goal kick. Quarterbacks throw the football to either the wide receivers, or hand it off to the running backs. The teams have four chances to gain 10 yards; otherwise it is punted to the other team.

Let him know it’s, ’Go Team Go’
His money could be riding on this game. Rooting for your man’s opponents will sideline you, not to mentions it’s just plain obnoxious.

Tip: Know who your man is gunning for, which team he has money on and cheer for his team. Whichever side you root for, you’re still cheering for men in tight pants. It’s a win-win.

Fashion flag on the play
Men can paint their chests and faces or wear their team jerseys with matching hats but don’t go there.

Tip: Use the term, “KISS,” when it comes to fashion. Keep It Simple Sistah! Don a cute T and hat. A football watching party isn’t time to bust out your belt-bling, matching earrings and pigskin handbags.

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Since 2007, www.BusyBeeBlogger.com has been an entertainment and lifestyle blog written by Cari Bee. It reaches hundreds of thousands of readers from all walks of life, locally and nationally, and is part of the Blog Her Publishing Network, Single Edition Media, and Technorati Media. Cari has also had work appear for Daily Stab, Celebrity VIP Lounge and HaveUHeard.net. She was also part of the panel discussion Table For One on being a single and childfree blogger at BlogHer12 in New York City.