TEMPTING, BUT NO.
Look at this. I took quick trip to Madison Wisconsin for the weekend to visit relatives. You really can buy those cheese-wedge cheese head hats in a lot of places. In fairness I only saw one being worn the whole time I was there. It was perched on the head of a young boy. So they're more common in the stores than in the streets..at least when it's not football season! These were $25.00 at a store in the airport.
I was tempted, but I passed. It did make me think though, how great it would be to see these put to their football fan use. I'd love to go to a Green Bay Packers game at Lambeau Field. I'm not a Packers fan at all. I'm Denver Broncos forever! It just seems like a Green Bay game day is one of those great sports experiences.
I've been to the MLB All-Star Game, The Olympic Games, Wimbledon, about 20 different baseball parks, 10 different English Premier League football (soccer) venues, college football games all over the country, NBA, NHL I've only been to 4 or 5 different NFL stadiums. It seems like the legendary Lambeau would be a good one to add!
If I go, maybe I'll buy a cheese head...probably not. Also, if I go, I'm going in September or October some year...not December or January!
We'll talk again soon.
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