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Cat-lovers' BokChoy-eating Forum

An alternative to the Super Bowl
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As I was turning down the 7th last-minute-alternative- to-the- SuperBowl-invitation from my gay-disabled-non-American or- otherwise-not involved-in-the-dog-loving chicken-wing-eating baby- making-football-watching machine-in-this-country friends, it occurred to me that there should be some organized alternative so that all of these gay-priest-disability-advocate cat-lovers, of which I count myself as one, can avoid all of the extra energy that goes into making up alternative events, all of which are last minute and suck, mostly because it is not in our nature as cat lovers to do anything organized and for which you could imagine cheerleaders.

So why not have a distributed-Bok-Choy-eating cat-lovers' Bowl? This would be distributed, so that everyone could attend remotely, or not even attend in any way if they so desired, hsssssssst.

That way I will not have all of these invitations to turn down next year because everyone will know that me and all my friends will be attending the Bok Choy eating Cat Lovers Bowl, in our separate apartments, while knitting and listening to books.

They could even make it a part of the American Football League so as not to disturb the joiney-er amongst the baby-making machine.

JesusHChrist, Feb 02 2014

Close without the bok choy. http://www.hallmark...om/kittenbowl/about
[blissmiss, Feb 02 2014]

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       Would it be very unAmerican to tell your inviters that you just aren't interested in football (or baseball - I know it's one of those two)?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 02 2014
  

       It's football, and yes it would be very unAmerican, but not just because it's all about football today, but because it's really all about all babies today and no one is making that a conscious topic of conversation at the national level. Sometimes I imagine what it would be like if they used a life-like plastic baby instead of a football.
JesusHChrist, Feb 02 2014
  

       //it's really all about all babies today// Well, you lost me there. Is there some deal whereby the supporters of the winning team impregnate their significant others?
MaxwellBuchanan, Feb 02 2014
  

       -- Both teams, all the fans and anyone who likes dogs, chicken wings or beer. Cat lovers, wine affectionados, and Bok Choy enthusiasts are consigned to History's recycle bin.
JesusHChrist, Feb 02 2014
  

       This idea is wrong on so many levels that it's hard to know where to begin, but as a start, here's a fishbone.
8th of 7, Feb 02 2014
  

       They impregnate their significant others, both teams, all the fans and anyone who likes dogs, chicken wings or beer?   

       They better serve raw oysters at this thing.
bungston, Feb 02 2014
  

       When adoring cats you might want to remember there's a difference of opinion between them and humans as to who sits where on the food chain. I'd post links, but they're kind of gross. Bottom line: don't die with nothing but your beloved cat around unless you want to end up in the litter box.
doctorremulac3, Feb 03 2014
  

       hang on - gay men don't like American Football?
Why not?
  

       And don't they have disabled access?
Loris, Feb 03 2014
  

       One wonders what activity Sheldon engages in during these mundane social events.
RayfordSteele, Feb 03 2014
  

       Yes [blissy] I watched the kitten bowl! So cute.
xandram, Feb 03 2014
  
      
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