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Step 1: Tweak the team colors
Forced to wear team colors to show your school spirit? Wear shades that are close, but a little bit off. You'll feel like less of a lemming without pissing off the football jocks.
Step 2: Ditch the pep rallies
Ditch the pep rallies however you can. If anyone asks where you were, whisper "stomach troubles" and they'll leave you alone.
No way to escape the pep rally? Stay seated when the team enters as your silent protest.
Step 3: Keep photos handy
Scan the internet for funny, weird, or shocking photos to keep on your phone. Anytime someone wants to talk football, use them to change the subject.
Step 4: Start a group
Vent with like-minded people in an "I Hate Football" group. Make plans together for game nights, when the rest of a town is at the stadium.
Step 5: Have a happy place
When all else fails, have a happy place to go to in your head when everyone around you is boring you to tears with their football obsession. And remember: sooner or later, you'll graduate!
Did You Know?
TV star Ryan Seacrest played football for the Dunwoody High School Wildcats in Atlanta.
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