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Sports Bar or Home For Big Games
Poll ended at Sat Jan 12, 2013 11:40 am
Sports Bar 7%  7%  [ 2 ]
Home 93%  93%  [ 26 ]
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 Post subject: Sports Bar vs Watching At Home?
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Aside from being at the stadium - do you guys prefer watching big games like tomorrow or at home? I'll post my thoughts later but am curious what the majority of you think.


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I like watching it at a home but with lots of friends. Kind of like the bar atmosphere, but without expensive drinks and idiots that try to talk over the game.


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I like watching it at a home but with lots of friends. Kind of like the bar atmosphere, but without expensive drinks and idiots that try to talk over the game.



A theater/drafthouse in Arlington VA showed the Skins Cowboys game last week. I was in the area for the holidays and its about an hour drive. It was so much fun because of idiots not talking over the game. It was also 99 percent Skins fans...kind of felt bad for the 4 Cowboys fans I saw...because usually at sports bars the ratios around here are more like 75% Skins fans 25% Cowboys fans...but oh well.


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I watch all the games at home. But I'm anti-social.

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Depends on the game. I tend to favor the sports bar, but not unless the game is a big deal.


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I go watch the games at Schooners Pub in Lakewood

I love the atmosphere and vibe

They fans of every major team there (Mostly NFC East and Seahawks fans, Patriots, Niners, Raiders, Saints and Falcons)

It's a great place to talk some football


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Im a total snob with who I watch games with. I hate being in bars and around stupid people that don't know the game. The only time I will is if I'm with a buddy of mine that actually does know the game and I can have good football dialogue with.

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For a Seahawks game, I will only watch it at home and only with select trusted friends I have vetted for acceptable football knowledge and the ability to just shut the hell up sometimes.

A good way to get never invited back is to call them the "Seachickens" when things don't go well. For some reason, women like to do that.


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At home and Ira not even close for me. I'm too passionate of a fan to be watching games at the bar

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There are far too many idiots at sports bars.


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I like to watch the game at JSeahawks' house. From bushes, across the street, with binoculars.

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I like to watch the game at JSeahawks' house. From bushes, across the street, with binoculars.


Damn man, if I would have known i would have opened the blinds for you.

I prefer going to games live, but if i cant go i'm definatly a stay home and watch by myself kinda guy. I dont like to have anybody else around.

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I like watching basketball games at a sports bar. Something about a football game that it needs to be more intimate (either at the Stadium with my brothers and sisters or at home with my friends).

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