New Orleans is a ridiculously fun place to visit.

If you happen to be a professional football player, it's not a bad landing spot, either.

By all accounts, brand new Saints running back Adrian Peterson has fully immersed himself in the vibrant culture of the city, including the amazing food.

Apparently, he's done so at his own peril.

Well, it seems the former Viking is allergic to shellfish, which presents something of a problem in a city where consuming seafood is pretty much a legal mandate.

The Daily Player loves gumbo, so it salutes AP for defying health precautions.

Here at Fanorama, we choose our defiance carefully, like going camo at group therapy sessions, court-ordered or otherwise. It's when accessorizing makes or breaks the look, so we heartily recommend these made-for-the-occasion polarized side-view shades:

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At $29.99, they're a cyber-steal, but we strongly recommend just paying for them. It'll help keep you outta court-ordered group therapy sessions.

So buy the shades. The advice was free. What more could you want from a nifty cool online store?

Customer service, maybe? We've got an e-mail address and lotsa coupons, so you're in the right place. And feel free to wear your camo shades while shopping.





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