Fan Values: What would you do for a Superbowl?

I'm sitting here watching the playoffs, and while I am enjoying the great entertainment that is the NFL. A good friend texts me after a T.G. touchdown... (Now this is not exactly how I receive the texts but I am changing it so you don't have to read it in lazy text form.)

"Good for Tony! I'm just praying we get there soon. Oh, the things I would do for a KC Superbowl"

I reply..."Yea, I'd kill for a Superbowl win." (now of course I said this more as a figure of speech)

I get a reply that makes me laugh, but makes me wonder how far I am willing to go.

He says... "I would cheat."

I don't know if he really means that or not. Now from just anyone I'd say, ok big whoop I hear about people cheating all the time. Not this time, this is a friend who has been with his girl since they were 16, and now 10 years later have a couple kids and still seem to be happy. He is one of those rare friends that is loyal to all the people close to him and sometimes gets burned for his loyalty, but is a trait you can only respect.

So I start thinking about all the things I would do, and what things I wouldn't do. Some make me laugh, and some of the thoughts would make people wonder where my parents went wrong.(by the way, they went wrong by being season ticket holders and bringing a little boy to the greatest thing he ever saw in the 90's. If someone asked me as a little kid, Disney world or go to the Chiefs game? I would have ran out with my dad and started loading up the grill.)

So now I ask you fan to fan, How far are you willing to go and not go if it was 100% guaranteed that a Chiefs Superbowl Parade was coming home?



Would you do the unthinkable and kill a person?

Could you cheat on your loved one?

spend time in prison?

steal money from a homeless man?

Be homeless for a year yourself?

rob a bank?

Let me know in the comments, and my poll what you would do, and what you wouldn't do.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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