Tailgate Judgment: What did you eat and/or drink during game day?

Sam Greenwood

Did you have food and drink while watching football over the weekend? Do you crave judgment? If so, leave a comment describing what you ate and/or drank, and Jon will rate it on a scale of 1 to 10.

Hello, friends! I'm here once again to either a) validate your food and drink decisions, or b) grow exasperated with you. Over 100,000 Americans eat food each weekend while watching college or pro football. Many are very good at it, and some fail spectacularly.

Today, we see where you stand. If you're so inclined, please leave a comment below that describes what you had to eat or drink. Try to be more specific than, say, "pizza." I will then, time permitting, come around and assign a 1-through-10 rating to your food and drink, and attempt to explain my rationale.

In the interest of full disclosure, I will start by confessing that my gameday meal was not particularly special. I ordered chicken enchiladas with guacamole. I received beef enchiladas with no guacamole. Upon asking for the guacamole, I found that they charged me extra for it. Since every customer who raises a fuss at a restaurant, by and large, is a petulant spoiled worthless child, I said nothing, and will prefer to respond by simply taking my business elsewhere in the future. I will rate my food a 6. The margarita I had to drink was a safe 6.5.

Your turn, friend! What did you have to eat and/or drink while watching professional or college football on Saturday or Sunday?

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