Good chance you have seen the classic Seinfeld episode where George is called out for "double dipping". It might not seem like a big deal to you but numbers show that people have died in result of spreading the flu to others. This happens through coughing, sneezing and of course sharing chips and dip.


Hosting a party for the big game?

A lot of times, all we think about is who to invite and what food we'll be serving but there are a couple of other things to think about ahead of time that could make the day more enjoyable.

  • According to International Business times, you should have more than one TV set up. This is a good idea for a couple of reasons. First if you have a large group of people in one room, things can get crammed and stuffy. There's also a good chance you'll be inviting "Steve", but with "Steve" always comes his obnoxious wife "Donna", who talks through the whole game. It's nice to be able to escape from "Donna". Maybe "Steve" is the culprit and he has too many Natty Lites and Fireball shots and starts to get on your nerves. It's nice to escape from "Steve" too.
  • Make sure you have enough food and booze: If you don't want to supply all of it, make that known in the invite. ie: "There will be some snacks but please bring a dish of your own." or "Please BYOB." You'd be surprised how many people show up empty handed if you don't say anything ahead of time.
  • Have a game set up in a room where the game isn't on. Not everyone cares about football and are likely coming with someone who does. Good chance they want to enjoy the food spread but have something available for them to enjoy.