Etiquette Expert Konrad Philip Provides Tips on Super Bowl Party
(PRWEB) February 03, 2016
Ever been urinated on? That’s what fans of one team experienced during this year’s NFL Playoffs. While fights among stadium spectators are not uncommon, nightmare game day party guests are an even bigger problem. In a mission to help hosts and their visiting fans, Konrad Philip, North America’s Youngest Etiquette expert, has identified the most annoying game night guests and provides tips on how not to be that guy. Over 40 million Americans plan to host a Super Bowl party this year; with only days to go, don’t let your audience be off their game!
Read about the nightmare guests BELOW, and contact Konrad for an interview!
1. The Whinebacker
He is the best coach & referee who never made it to the Super Bowl, and he makes that known. Any time our whinebacker disagrees with the course of the game, his displeasure is voiced for all to hear, until long after people stop listening. He also tends to take control of the remote to rewind parts of the game nobody asked to see. The only thing he is good at is ruining the game for everyone else.
2. The “Coming Back”
There is no such thing as a “stolen” seat on game night. Once you get up from your seat for whatever reason, don’t expect it to be open when you return. If you don’t even bother to make a snack or beer run, forget about asking for it back.
3. The Offensive Cackle
This character uses locker-room language, forgetting that he is at a party where such words are really unnecessary – especially when there are children around. What’s also unnecessary is talking about things that have nothing to do with the game – the Offensive Cackle likes to do this as well. Off topic conversations should take place in another room as to not interrupt viewing (this goes for commercials too!). Talk at halftime should center exclusively on how bad the performers are.
4. The Tightfriend
The cost of entry on game night is to not come empty handed. This one friend is either ignorant or too cheap to follow. If you’re bringing food, unless you roll with the kale and granola crowd, the cheesier and greasier the better. A case or two of beer should get you the VIP treatment. A small host gift is also a good idea.
5. Fried Receiver
Few Super Bowl parties are missed by that sloppy drunk. When he manages to miss a party, few people miss him. Considering the evening is a rather long one, especially for those non-football fans, resolve to pace your drinking. If you plan on driving, perhaps stop drinking after the third quarter, just like the stadium fans do.
6. The Double Dipper
Though health experts continue to debate the science, etiquette experts are clear, double dipping is not o-queso! If you are eating a large chip and insist on dipping it more than once, place some dip on a separate plate for yourself.
7. The Downer
Showing up in a losing team’s jersey and with a bad attitude are common practices of the downer. Show at least some enthusiasm and remember that this is not the time to tell everyone how much you hate football and only watch it once a year.
8. The Linesnacker
He makes the buffet his own and samples things while his fellow guests are left wondering if there will be anything left for them. When approaching the buffet table, grab what you need and step away to let everyone fill up before the game starts.
9. The Food Fumbler
A game night party will inevitably result in a moderate amount of mess (which guests should offer to clean up). The food fumbler exceeds this standard by sending hot wings flying onto the carpet and leaving behind a torrent of chip crumbs. Often an alter ego of the Fried Receiver, the Food Fumbler is advised to apologize and to offer to take responsibility for any resulting cleaning costs.
KONRAD PHILIP IS NORTH AMERICA’S YOUNGEST ETIQUETTE EXPERT AND THE AUTHOR OF “SCHLEPPY TO PREPPY: A MAN’S GUIDE TO LOOKING HIS BEST”. HIS SPECIALTY IS HELPING PEOPLE FEEL COMFORTABLE AND CONFIDENT, NOT CONCEITED. VISIT HIS WEBSITE http://www.NOTAWKWARDANYMORE.COM