Super Bowl Sunday! 2014

Oh yea~!

Big money.money1

Just how much money can a Super Bowl bring to an area? Try $150 million! That includes all the money spent by fans, sponsors, media and other visitors in the Indianapolis area this year. Cha-ching!


Are you ready for some … food?icecreamani

Make sure you pick up some extra bleu cheese dressing to dip the 1.25 billion chicken wings fans will be eating on Sunday. That actually adds up to more than 100 million pounds of chicken wings.



Healthy lifestyle?
Vegetables at a Super Bowl party?

That’s right! In fact, the healthy treat is the top food eaten in homes during Super Bowl. Of course, we all know they taste better when someone brings some dip!



When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, nine out of 10 watchers are going to be at a home — either their house or someone else’s. That’s a lot of Super Bowl parties.


Are y’all having one?



Worth the gamble?
Betting on the Super Bowl?
You bet! Nearly one-third of U.S. adults are likely to bet on the big game with men outnumbering women who decide to put some cash on the line.
But be warned: 92% of those surveyed said they’ve actually lost money gambling on the Super Bowl in the past.crying


Ok ok ok..Y’all know I’m a NY chicka.ny-love

But I may just hafta go with the Broncos…heh

Yeaaa baby!

Have an awesome weekend Sweet Friends~!


13 Responses to “Super Bowl Sunday! 2014”

  1. Comedy Plus says:

    Enjoy the super bowl. We don’t watch sports so we don’t care who wins.

    Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

  2. Adrienne says:

    I’m headed off to work (only till 1 or 2, though)

    After that? Reading a book with occasional checks on the score.

    Have a great day, Angel

  3. Woodsterman says:

    Did I read that right, Indianapolis? It’s in your own Giants Stadium. Happy Super Bowl Sunday. Mrs. Woodsterman and I are big fans of Pro Football. We’ll be doing sandwiches and shrimp cocktails. Our food is built for speed because we don’t want to miss a minute. GO BRONCOS!

  4. Marine4Ever says:

    Nice chow ya got there, WHT. Here I am, under the overpass with my Walmart shopping cart that’s got a wobbly wheel and my half a box of Cheerios. Life is good!

  5. Leticia says:

    Avoiding the Super Bowl today.

  6. Carol-Christian Soldier says:

    Can we get some food the Marine 4 !!! (-:

    as an hockey fan- I seldom watch football-
    since Broncos are HORSES- I will be rooting for the BRONCOS–
    and waiting to see the Bud ad on the big screen-
    posted it on my site and already viewed many times – tears every time- go Clydesdales !!


  7. Z says:

    Pigs in Blankets and Potato Skins……OOOO….you’re just EVIL posting those marvelous photos, Angel :-)
    I’m alone today and no football fan so the game doesn’t bug me much but not having those foods definitely does! Actually, I might watch because there’s been such a build up!

    Also, did you hear some people fainted at a subway stop in New Jersey? They say too many people came through. What the HECK did the experts EXPECT?? How horrid and hot and close it must have been to literally pass out………after having paid $1000 for a ticket? WHOA!

    Blessings! me

  8. Always On Watch says:

    We’ve just eaten dinner — in front of the TV while watching the game, of course. Dinner consisted pretty much of chips and salsa. ;)

    Too bad that we didn’t have on hand the kind of spread that you have pictures of in this post!

  9. zionflag says:

    Fun day
    But why a slaughter???

    Would have liked to have seen the Broncos with a few points….nu nu.

  10. DaBlade says:

    Watched at home with the wife. Didn’t have a bet or really care much, though I liked Seattle out of the gate so maybe I should have bet :)

  11. Bob says:

    Barbeque and beer it was. Too bad the game was rotten, but the half-time show was really good. + 1 for Brun0!

  12. Findalis says:

    It was a lousy game, turned on Dowton Abbey at the half-time, but the food was good.

  13. ron says: