Drinking games are awesome. It's a fun way to liven up and add a whole new element of fun to almost any event. Even if you're not drinking alcohol, it's still fun to play along. The trick is to find stereotypical things that are bound to happen a few times throughout the night, but you still have to look to spot them. You may remember our 2013 CMA Awards Drinking Game. Now we've created the Super Bowl Drinking Game. Enjoy!
Why isn't a country superstar performing during halftime of the Super Bowl? It's a fair question, and one country fans have asked every year since Shania Twain took the stage in 2003. Surely there are stars big enough to draw the nation's interest, right? Taste of Country writer Billy Dukes argues that fans of Nashville's biggest names should actually be grateful for this missed opportunity.
We agree with Sir Ben Kingley's sentiment in this Jaguar Super Bowl 2014 commercial that British actors are always being typecast as villains in Hollywood. Luckily, he's brought two other British actors who are also synonymous for playing villains to help prove a point -- that British supervillains are always classy and sophisticated. And what would such classy bad guys do besides ride in private jets and drink the finest beverages? Drive Jaguars, of course.
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