Some People will watch Really Big Game at Home, and some will have much more fun with us

By Emil Asinjo

You may have heard about a football game coming up this Sunday, in a really large stadium shaped like a really very huge glass goblet used for serving punch, but with thousands of seats instead of juice and chunks of fruit floating in it.
We can’t say its name, even though it would be really super if we could, because we’d have to pay a bunch of money to mention the game and how we, right around the same time that it is going on (starting at 3:30 p.m.), would love to invite you, our esteemed readers, to the Tiger Lounge, at Grace Su’s China Gorge, so you can enjoy yourself with cold beverages from our bar, and fine Chinese cuisine from our kitchen, while the five large-screen TVs are tuned to the only football game on the schedule Sunday afternoon.
This game, we hear, is supposed to involve the best two teams. Which ones? Well, the Foxboro Foxes and the Biggest-City-in-Georgia Raptor-related Guys in Large Pads and Concealing Helmets.
That’s not their real names, but we want to keep you in suspense.
By the way, we’re not promoting this game, so if you happen to show up around 3:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, we’ll afford you a tasty selection of bar snacks, paired nicely with assorted light — or somewhat hoppier — American brewing products. And, the TVs will be on, to the channel where you might catch occasional glimpses of American football, but mostly advertising for fine cars and beers and things you probably don’t have enough of.
We’re kind of dancing around the edges of using the real name of this real event because it’s protected from unlicensed use in connection with commercial activity.
Come see us anyway. We love to help you enjoy yourself, no matter which team you favor