Monday, January 20, 2014

Your Turn

Are you more likely to have a Super Bowl party or an Oscar party?

37 comments:

Merlin D. Bear said...

If I were, it'd be an Oscar party.

The Dude said...

Super Bowl, but then I live in Colorado!Go Broncos!

Meanie Rhysie said...

Who doesn't love a Brain Damage Lottery party!!!

Gypsytrill said...

Superbowl. I don't know anyone interested enough in the Oscars to even watch them!

Baba said...

I was going to have a mardi gras party but I live in Seattle so I might have a hard time getting people to come now. Thanks, Seahawks...

Derek Harvey said...

As a gay man.....neither! Oscars are sooooo boring. I don't like award shows but The Golden Globes is definitely the better. My friend dated this guy and his cheeseball family would have Oscar parties and make her dress in a gown to go to their house and sit in front of the tv and watch it! lmao and she has no interest in celeb culture etc. she was livid! lollll

Dena said...

At which party is it acceptable to get your boobs out?

NapAssasin said...

Super Bowl- i love to cook & its a good excuse to get together. the best part of the oscars is the red carpet and I can snark on that through twitter, don't need a party for that.

Henriette said...

Oscars since my Niners aren't in it. Those Broncos better serve Seattle their asses on a plate!

Count Jerkula said...

@Dena: That is acceptable at all parties, except Christenings and First Communions.

Sherry said...

Oscars party. Care nothing for football even though I actually watched the game yesterday.

VIPblonde said...

@Derek That's only because you've never been to one of my Oscar parties ;)

Renoblondee said...

I always do both, but just for us here at the house. Appetizers and booze is about it really.

hothotheat said...

Oscars. Especially this year.

Momster said...

Denver fan here. . .Superbowl.

Besides, there are better commercials while watching.

shopgirl said...

Tough call - elegant upscale food at the Oscar parties - plus lots of snark. Damn good comfort food for Super Bowl - plus guys in tight pants.

Krab said...

Neither. Hate both.

Count Jerkula said...

With NJ's new online gaming, I wonder if they take action on the Oscars? It isn't a sporting event, so I would imagine it wouldn't fall under the guideline's prohibiting such wagers. Would be a great marketing tool to get broads to sign up and gamble away their money. Rope em in w/ Oscar wagering, then hook em on video slots and poker.

Single awards wagers, maybe pools of various denominations, parlays for the top awards. Would be a nice once a year payday for the casinos and the state.

Alexa Rose said...

Neither.

Derek Harvey said...

@VIP haha very tempting--I may even put on a gown for that!

auntliddy said...

Neither, but I am a smashing guest!

RowdyRodimus said...

Neither. I don't get excited for adults getting awards for being paid multi-millions to do what kids do for free everyday, play games and play pretend.

trogdor said...

These fall under 'Exotics'. I myself use sportsbook.ag. Used to be based in California, but with the new laws, their servers are in Aruba and the checks come from Toronto. 2k max withdrawl and it takes about 40 days to get paid.

Christoph Waltz was a huge underdog for the Best Supp. Actor last year and I cleaned up big time. Think he was 40 to 1 if I remember. This year I took Meryl for Best Actress at 30 to 1 and will take Lupita for Best Supp. Actress once the line comes out. She might be around 8 to 1, hopefully.

8=====D - KermitGosnellKnobJockey said...

Neither, both are boring as hell.

If my life depended on that: Oscars, because I can fap to the hot actresses when I go to the toilet on recesses, and that would alleviate the pain.

rosie riveter said...

Seahawks Super Bowl Party!
Go hawks
!!!!!!!!

fancyscreenname said...

Superbowl.

Congrats to all SEAHAWKS fans! Hopefully you'll bring it home!
;^)

Niclee said...

@fancy
Does the include the Seahawks fans that threw food at Bowman when he was being carted off the field with a serious injury?

hollywood dime said...

both

Seachica said...

Super Bowl this year. Go Seahawks!!!!

Normally, I prefer Oscar parties. I hate when people talk through the commercials during the SB. Only problem with Oscars is that they start late on the east coast, so guests don't leave until 11:39pm on a school night. Now that I live on the west coast, no problem there.

fancyscreenname said...

@nicklee
bad sportsmanship. IMO, if a player get hurt the fans of the hone team should b respectful. Those stadiums are filled with thousands of people. The assholes shouldn't take the joy away from millions of SEAHAWKS fans who some throw food at injured players. But something tells me that the players "get it". I don't think the injured player is sobbing in his Wheaties about the food throwing.

fancyscreenname said...

*fans who don't throw foos

ninotchka said...

I've done Oscar parties a few times. Women and gay men only. Casual dress, lots of cocktails, lots of fashion critique, a few snacks to absorb the alcohol, a good time is had by all.


I'm a pathetic fair weather fan of football. It's too bad my Pats lost but that's the way it goes.

guidedog said...

Super Bowl - GO BRONCOS!!!!

Jazzy said...

We always have a Super Bowl party. If it can't be my Niners then I want Peyton to win it all.

Henriette said...

@nicklee
I agree. There was so much bad behavior, especially Sherman, and their fans that I hope the Broncos show them what losers they are. I also hope Sherman gets carted off the field. He failed to mention how he loves to provoke the other team and that's a huge reason for his fifth round draft. Harbaugh knew trash when he saw it.

Sprink said...

@Krab--why are you HERE? Ha!

Sprink said...

@Alexa Rose--as I said to @Krab...why are you HERE? Ha again!