GREENSBORO, N.C. — Most people love the Super Bowl and everything that comes with it. The game, the food, the halftime show, and the gathering of less than 10 people, because, you know, COVID.
But what I hated most about the Super Bowl growing up, was having to go to school on Monday morning.
So it got my wheels turning, and I asked some people you may know and some you may not, if Super Bowl Monday should become a national holiday.
2 Wants 2 Know's Kevin Kennedy had the best answer in my opinion
"Well, you know me. I'm all for any kind of holiday. I looked at it. The day after New Years should be a holiday, the day after your birthday should be a holiday, the day after Christmas, the day after Thanksgiving, the day after Fourth of July. I am all for it. The more holidays we get the better in my opinion. So yes, the day after the Super Bowl should absolutely be a national holiday," he said.