30 Things I Would Rather Do Than Watch The Patriots Win The Super Bowl...AGAIN
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30 Things I Would Rather Do Than Watch The Patriots Win The Super Bowl...AGAIN

Ugh I am pretty sure most people can agree.

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I am 99.999% sure that I am not the only one thinking this right now...and no I'm not just saying that because I am a Seahawks fan! I'm sure I am speaking for a lot of people when I say Tom Brady is a very self centered human being! I would rather do these 30 things than watch the Patriots win another Super Bowl.

1. Drink bleach

2. Cook dinner...I don't even cook!

3. Do laundry 

4. Exercise 

5. Clean the house 

6. Car shopping 

7. Be broke

8. Stab myself 

9. Go to jail

10. Eat a ton of food

11. Stick my hand on a hot stove 

12. Give birth 

13. Get punched in the face 

14. Watch paint dry 

15. Break my leg

16. Read a book

17. Organize my closet 

18. Make house made out of cards

19. Go to a museum 

20. Write a love letter 

21. Dance around my room all alone 

22. Throw myself in a snowbank in shorts and a tank top

23. Contemplate my life choices

24. Learn a new language 

25. Go to a library 

26. Sit threw a 5 hour play!

27. ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! I would actually sit and stare at a wall! 

28. Play Fortnite

29. Go back to high school

30. Get along with my brother...that's not easy to do 

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