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Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Fran Drescher

The Super Bowl is really exciting. The parties are always fun. The whole thing is a big party. — Fran Drescher

Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Sting

The Super Bowl is Americana at its most kitsch and fun. — Sting

Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Phillip Andrew Bennett Low

And it started out fun. We were chattering enthusiastically, flipping between CNN, MSNBC, and FOX News. But as the evening wore on, and the numbers rolled in, it got quieter, and I found myself becoming intensely depressed. Why was I putting myself through this? The issues I've devoted my life to have become so marginalized by the coverage that they have no possible relevance to me. I can't even blame the media - people simply don't care about alternate-party politics. And why should they? I'm so far in the minority that my activism is a joke, a punchline that stopped being funny years ago. It goes beyond rooting for the underdog. It's not rooting for the Giants: it's more like, say, rooting for the Twins. But during the Super Bowl. — Phillip Andrew Bennett Low

Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Joe Posnanski

The fun of the Super Bowl is the week leading into it; once it's actually played, the story dies down very, very quickly. — Joe Posnanski

Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Hey, I've been alive for a very, very long time. Boring," she sang out. "Gotta do something for kicks, and a good apocalypse every now and then fills the cracks. It's like the Super Bowl for us gods ... but without the beer and everyone could die. Fun, right? — Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Fun Super Bowl Quotes By Dave Barry

I'm not saying our daughter shouldn't have a birthday party. I'm just saying I could organize one in an hour. I'd order some pizzas, get a cake at the supermarket, organize some fun party games for little girls - 'Run Around Shrieking,' 'Run Around Shrieking Some More,' etc. - and boom, there's your party. I'm not saying it would be the greatest birthday celebration ever. For one thing, it would be roughly a month after my daughter's actual birthday, because I am not good with dates. But it would get the job done. My wife, on the other hand, believes the party should be along the lines of the Super Bowl halftime show, only more elaborate. — Dave Barry