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The Colts Influence
How to Be an Indianapolis Colts Fan
Indianapolis Colts, Super Bowl XLI Champions! Peyton Mnning, Marvin Harrison, Tony Dungy . . the list is endless..
Things You'll Need
To start, you must love Indianapolis Colts football. Or at least like the team enough to want them to win every week. This requires developing a passion for the color blue.
The best way to be a fan? Dressing the part. In Indy, that means donning a replica Colts jersey. And they love their jerseys in Indy. Pick a favorite player-Peyton Manning is a hands-down favorite-and wear his number to the game or that favorite sports bar.
Jeans, khakis, corduroys ... Jerseys go with about everything and provide plenty of breathing room on game day. Colts hats, visors, jackets, T-shirts, sweathshirts, scarves, etc. also show team spirit.
Guys - nobody, not even the girls want to see you in a half cut/tummy Colts jersey. Girls - We guys love it when you do it. Please keep in mind the proportion of ones body.
Wearing a Colts Jersey with your name on the back -NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!
Girls just want to have fun watching football, too. In the last few years, National Football League merchandising has embraced female fans of football.
This means no more bulky sweatshirts made for men and more feminine, form-fitting shirts, jerseys and jackets emblazoned with the Colts logo. There's even jewelry, purses, sleepwear and cell phone cases for Colts-fan chicas.
To be a super fan, break out the face paints. Nothing says "I love the Indianapolis Colts!" like a blue painted face with a white horseshoe on the cheek.
If sweating is a problem, face paint can run faster than Marvin Harrison. So skip the make-up and try blue or white temporary hair color. This is especially effective for those with mohawks or spiked hair.
Overall Tips & Warnings
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