Men. Easier Fed Than Understood – Ball Park Coupon Giveaway!

Over the last few weeks, I have shared with you the details of the Ball Park “Men, Easier Fed Than Understood” campaign and how Ball Park is helping to bring to the forefront the humor behind the quirkiness of men when they all get together for “guy time.” I have shared recipes, laughs and now I get the chance to help you score some free delicious Ball Park franks! We may understand men or their humor, but we can always find an easy and delicious meal idea for them with the help of Ball Park.


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One lucky winner will receive three full value Free item coupons from Ball Park (good up to $5.99 each.) That is a lot of yumminess whenever the guys decide to get together!

This giveaway will end on March 15, 2011 at 9:00pm EST and one winner will be chosen via random.org at that time. The winner will have 24 hours to respond or another winner will be chosen. Open to US residents 18+ only. One entry per household.

Mandatory Entry 

In order to enter this giveaway, you must leave a comment below letting me know how the theme of the “Men. Easier Fed Than Understood” fits into your life. Have a funny “guy time” story, a pet peeve, just share it below to be entered to win!

No other entries will be counted unless the above mandatory entry is completed. 

Additional Optional Entries: 

Feel free to do as many or as few of these as you like, but be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry so that it can be counted! If your email is not listed in your blogger profile, please leave one in your first comment so I can contact you if you win. 

1. Follow Life With 4 Boys publicly on Google Friend Connect. (1 Entry)
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4. Follow Life With 4 Boys on Twitter. (1 Entry)
5. Tweet about this giveaway using this tweet: 

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(1 entry per tweet up to 3 tweets per day spread at least a hour apart.)

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170 Comments

  1. I would have to say a pet peeve of mine is that I taught my brother to grill some awesome corn on the cob on the grill. There's a certain way I do it that everyone loves. Anyway, I taught him and then he comes over and wants to grill out one day. He was trying to tell me how to grill the corn. Even though his food wasn't fully cooked. I told him, "Duh I'm the one who taught you the secret on the corn!" Of course the sibling rivalry never ends no matter how old you get!

    *Your date has 2011 instead of 2012 🙂

    CharLuvsAbby3(at)yahoo(dot)com

  2. I have started calling my husband the cranky old man because you just never know where his mind is. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

  3. My man was strictly meat and potatoes, never try and give him a anything else and he referred to chicken as road runner!

  4. It has always been easier to feed them than understand them…my guy has a habit of becoming so involved in sports that feeding him is better than trying to understand him. 🙂 Thank you.
    jaquerichards at yahoo.com

  5. I follow Life With 4 Boys publicly on Google Friend Connect. (jaquerichards)
    jaquerichards at yahoo dot com

  6. i just asked my daughter this question and she said that most guys have their brains in their stomaches–i would so have to agree with that–she's only 12 and knows how men are already 🙂

    marci h
    tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com

  7. My husband can only cook a few things- eggs and he can grill. My pet peeve is although there can be tons on the frig, he will stand there with the door open like a perpetual teenager and keep saying there is nothing to eat.

    baypayments@yahoo.com

  8. He'll eat those nasty vienna sausages and vile potted meat even when there are perfectly good proteins in the house.

  9. A pet peeve of mine is how tired guys are when you ask them to do something, but are ready to jump at the chance to go out and play ball with their buds as soon as they're ask! Go figure! Thanks.
    sweepster49 at comcast dot net

  10. My guy just stuffs stuff anywhere when he cleans up.It infuriating never to be able to find things

  11. I will Never understand why my husband can never find anything in a house that he has lived in for 10 years. And hy when he is looking for something he just stand there and says I cannot find it when all he has to do is move something out of the way. Drives me crazy.

  12. my man would love some ballparks! i understand him quite well fortunately. he will be thrilled`chrissydm79@yahoo.com

  13. I'll never understand the need to tell me any and every woman/girl/chick he finds attractive from movie stars, people at work to the girl who checks our groceries… trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

  14. My hubby is easier fed than anything. He lusts after pizza, but absolutely refuses to call and place the order for it, I think he's scared of the pizza guys!

  15. My pet peeve is when my hubby walks in the door from work and starts snacking and isn't listening to anything I say! He claims he is, though 🙂

    caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

  16. My husband has a habit of saying he wants one thing, and when it is done, he meant he wanted something else… sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  17. Since men never really know what they want, it's easier to put a plate in front of them and then they're happy. A well fed man is a happy man!

  18. say my hubby eats a bowl of ice cream it sooooooooooooooo drives me nuts because everytime he scrapes the bowl with the spoon and its noisy and drives me insane..geeeeeeez just lick it..lol

  19. I can't stand when my guy is hungry and is incapable of listening…he's great though once I feed him!
    ericacarnes(at)gmail(dot)com

  20. my boys always change their minds, about everything, toys, ames, ideas, but they never change their minds about what they like to eat. So they are most certainly easy to fed but very hard to understand.

    jennifer.lleras@gmail.com

  21. As a mom of 2 sons and a hubby -with no other females in the house-please explain how come I can spend over $100.00 at the grocery store and according to the men in the house, I didn't buy any food to eat?
    diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

  22. my husband will eat anything, but can't find something in the pantry that is right in front of his face

  23. My pet peeve is that I always have to come up with all the meal ideas and then my family gets "bored" with my meals. But when I ask for suggestions before I go to the grocery store they say they don't care.

  24. One pet peeve of mine is that when their favorite show is on, everything around them is invisible.
    magickalblessings26{at}gmail{dot}com

  25. I only have one printable thought – If they can send a man to the moon why can't we send them all?
    Gladys P
    sps1113 at yahoo dot com

  26. My hubby is always easier too know what he wants to eat verses what he is thinking. I bribe him with his favorite pizza since it is an hour drive to get it. Time to talk.
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  27. I don't much get the TV hubs watches – Swamp people, World's Worst every dang thing etc. Feeding him is the easy part.
    discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

  28. As the old saying says "The way to a man's heart is through his stomach" sure does ring true. I pride myself on being a great cook and my husband attests to that. He tells everyone that's why he married me. He says it as a joke but I do believe that was a factor when we first started dating. It makes me feel good to see people enjoy the food I prepare.

  29. My pet peeve is that my sweetie is too easy to please – he doesnt like the majority of vegetables and other ingredients – so I don't have to worry about cooking elaborately, BUT I really want to try new and exotic dishes. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com

  30. A pet peeve of mine is that my husband doesn't want to talk about things. He says a one line answer, and that's it. He doesn't want to discuss it anymore. We women like to thoroughly discuss things.

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