Reading While Eating for Feb. 1: Soup or Bowl?

In today's must-read links for your lunch break: Everything you need to know about Super Bowl weekend (and beyond).

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Head coach John Harbaugh (L) of the Baltimore Ravens and Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers speak to the media during a press conference for Super Bowl XLVII at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center on February 1in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Ravens will play the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday.

Super Bowl XLVII Will Be Played on Sunday Night. Just in case you hadn’t heard. The competing teams are the 49ers of San Francisco from the NFC and the Ravens of Baltimore from the AFC. (Sports Illustrated)

Want to Sound Like You Know What You’re Talking About for the Big Game? Being able to spot “the pistol” is a good start. (Note: Applies to everyday life as well.) (Keeping Score)

The 13 Most Dramatic Super Bowl Moments of All Time. Will anything from this year’s game be able to crack the list? (BuzzFeed)

More Sports News. The U.S. Figure Skating Championships were held recently. The participants wore clothes and as such, said clothes must be critiqued. (Go Fug Yourself)

Other Important Events Are Also Occurring This Weekend. Like Groundhog Day! It’s on Saturday. Did you know that Punxsutawney Phil only predicts an early spring 14% of the time? That’s something you can’t un-learn. (mental_floss)

50 Reasons to Be Excited About Pop Music in 2013: It’s going to become even more popular. Maybe? (Flavorwire)

Priyanka Chopra Releases “In My City” Music Video. Apparently it’s highly anticipated, in spite of the fact that the actress-turned-singer was recently criticized as a Rihanna wannabe. (Divanee)

Freaky Friday. Here’s what’s known as a “wigglegram.” You’ll see why and then 15 minutes will have passed before you realize it. (The Daily What)

Soup… Or… Bowl? Here’s a clip from the epic Super Bowl-Eskimo episode of Boy Meets World. Try not thinking about this the next time someone says “Super Bowl” to you this weekend. (YouTube)