• The Presidential Debate Eating Game

    Finally! A debate game the whole family can play. Even the Romney family.

     Debate eating game chicken wings

    Barack Obama brings up Big Bird? One chicken wing. Mitt Romney brings up Big Bird? All the chicken wings.

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    Any time a candidate steers a foreign policy question toward a reaffirmation of America's relationship with Israel, take a bite of bagel with a schmear of pandering.

    (Photo by Medioimages/Photodisc/Getty Images)

     Debate eating game bagel
     Debate eating game pizza

    1%, 47%, 53%, 99%, or 100%. Divide your pizza into the mentioned proportion and consume either the larger or smaller share, depending on whether you're a Real American or not.

    (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

    If Obama mentions Michelle, eat as much organic kale as you can stomach.

    (Photo by Photo by Arco Images/De Cuveland Justus/Getty Images)

    Debate eating game kale
     Debate eating game popcorn

    Either candidate tells a story about meeting a (possibly invented) member of the middle class: throw the food of your choice at the screen.

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    Either candidate pronounces Social Security as Sosal Sicurity, stuff your mouth with marshmallows while saying "chubby bunny."

    (Photo by Adrian Nakic/Stone/Getty Images)

     Debate eating game marshmallows
     Debate eating game candy

    Any time Obama starts an answer with "Look" or Romney attempts a laugh (depending on your partisanship), eat whatever snack you find most comforting.

    (Photos by Jonathan Kantor/Taxi/Getty Images)


    Tags: Barack Obama, Debates, Food, Mitt Romney

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