Arranging a Thursday, Saturday, Sunday or Monday night (man, there sure is a lot of football) pigskin-viewing rager isn't as easy as it seems. In fact, it does't even seem that easy to begin with. Actually, it's pretty hard. That's why help is here! Follow these hints, tricks, and invitation guidelines and the next football fete you throw is sure to be one to remember.
Be careful who you invite
Those people who take it super, really, astonishingly personally when the college they dropped out of 12 years ago is down by a field goal after, like, the first two minutes? Yeah, don't invite them. Nothing kills that party spirit like those dudes who lash out at everyone around them like sullen jerks just because their fantasy RB1 fumbled. On the other hand, the guy in the cardigan who doesn't even own a TV and thinks sports are just a contrived public distraction engineered to keep the proletariat etherized? Yeah, he's not fun anywhere, let alone a football soiree.
A good mix of people -- casual football fans, hardcore enthusiasts with some self awareness, and people who don't really care about the game but won't spend three hours loudly proclaiming it -- is what will turn this party up. Or down. Are the kids turning things up or down these days? Damn you, Lil Jon!