We don’t think we can handle this. MAJOR props to Williams Cafe, which has hopped on the Queen Bey bandwagon and is serving Beyoncé (chocolate-caramel) lattes! Poor Michelle must feel bad that her own namesake coffee shop chose Sasha Fierce for drink of the week, but Penn always puts B’s love on top. Head over to Williams, Single Ladies, because that cafe is full of lattes with they pockets full grown.
5. Sit and imagine what it would be like if this happened at the Super Bowl.
6. Go to the Rave and see a movie — you’ll have the whole theater to yourself!
7. Make a fashionably late appearance at a Super Bowl party just long enough to grab a handful of chips and see Beyoncé (with Destiny’s Child?!) kill it. Before the third quarter starts, fake an important phone call and GTFO!!
Ever heard of football? Yeah, we have too! The Super Bowl XLVI (How do you pronounce XLVI/what do those letters mean?????) is happening tonight, and though we’re pretty excited about it, we’re even more psyched about this golden oldie Homecoming game that went down on our turf in 1967. This vintage footage, dug up by our friends over at Dueling Tampons, has it all: music, Franklin Field, those people with the helmets and more! Pretty neat, eh?
Football season might be over but that doesn’t mean we can’t ogle the tight ends strolling through Huntsman, right?
As part of the NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program, NFL players are split between Wharton and The Harvard Business School to prepare for life after hanging up the pads. Thirty-seven past and current NFL players will be gracing us with their presence this week (Feb. 16-19), including James Farrior (Steelers), Trevor Laws (Eagles), and Brady Poppinga (Packers) to name a few.
It’s also worth pointing out that Drew Brees, this year’s Super Bowl MVP, attended the Wharton program around the same time he signed with the New Orleans Saints and is on record saying he hopes to pursue his MBA at Wharton. Coincidence? I think not.
While they do have to complete an application in order to attend the program, players are provided up to $15,000 in education expenses per league year as part of the NFL’s Tuition Reimbursement Program. Moral of the story? Don’t buy an education, kids. Become a football star and they give it to you for free!
Yeah, UTB had to bring in a ringer to clear up this whole “Super Bowl” business. Enter certified Y-chromosome haver and Doug Funnie lookalike Ben Rosen.
So you’re not an expert on football, but you want to act like one when you watch the game. No biggie. We present to you The Official UnderTheButton List of Super Bowl XLIII Fun Facts and Talking Points. Just consult it throughout the game, complain about the referees occasionally, and in no time you’ll earn the respect and fear of your fellow Super Bowl watchers.