Author: Zack Zeigler

Football Drinking Games

Announcer / Player Drinking Games Some commentators don't make us want to choke on chicken wings while we watch the NFL — Al Michaels and Bob Costas come to mind. Of course, some totally blow — you're probably thinking Joe Buck, but he doesn't bother us too much. Regardless, whether you like commentary or not, they're apart of the game, so may as well make it work for you with the game below. Example: The Troy Aikman Drinking Game This is just one example of how an announcer drinking game can work. Basically, every time announcer Troy Aikman brings up the Dallas Cowboys (and chances are he will because he used to play for them), you grab a drink. Take it up a notch by chugging your entire beer if he continues chatting about the teams he used to play for. It’s a pretty safe bet that halfway through the game most of you will be drunk like skunks. The Peyton Manning Drinking Game Peyton Manning's on-field enthusiasm lends itself pretty well to a drinking game. Here are the ground rules: Every time yells says "Omaha!" take a sip; when he exposes his sweaty, red forehead, shotgun a beer. If he throws a touchdown pass and/or appears in a commercial, take a shot. And the best rule of all, if he wins the game order a Papa Johns pizza. The...

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Career Lessons You Can Learn From Guys Like Seinfeld, The Rock, and Luke Skywalker

"Never stop working or thinking." —Jerry Seinfeld Having created Seinfeld, one of the most popular US sitcoms of all time, Jerry Seinfeld has reached a point in his life where he can absolutely decide to kick back. Yet, he decides to stay busy by working on his own stand-up material and his latest creation - Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. It's proof that no matter how gray your hair gets, it’s never too late to show the world how brilliant you are. Below you’ll find a few of the many awesome quotes from Jerry that life lessons on their own: “A bookstore is one of the only pieces of evidence we have that people are still thinking.” “Keep your head up in failure, and your head down in success.” “To me, if life boils down to one thing, it's movement. To live is to keep...

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