Expression of Love: Super Bowl Commercial Bingo for non-football Lovers

Written by Sarah Gant on . Posted in Expressions of Love, Professional Organizing, Raves and Faves

Note:  edit organizing owner Sarah Gant is exploring 14 ways love can be expressed during the first two weeks of February.  This is the 3rd installment.

Super Bowl Commercials 2013I am one of those people who gnashes her teeth when invited to a Super Bowl party because I’m not really (okay, at all) interested in football and because I don’t drink, it is not always really fun to hang out with people who are loud and drinking heavily.  But I LOVE the commercials.

Today’s Expressions of Love blog post is for all the people out there who don’t love football but are going to be watching the Super Bowl today.  And if you do love football, you may just like playing along as well.

One bingo card per person (there are four different cards with similar squares).  Use bottle caps, coins or potato chips to cover spaces when an ad features something from the bingo set.  I have no clue what the ads are this year, but having watched a selection of “Best of all time” Super Bowl commercials, several common themes.

Forgive the homemade quality of these… If there are any graphic designers who want to help me upgrade these, let me know!

Click here for Bingo 1

Click here for Bingo 2

Click here for Bingo 3

Click here for Bingo 4

 

Sarah Gant is owner of edit organizing, a professional residential organizing company serving families in Marin, Alameda, Napa, Sonoma and San Francisco.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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