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November 20, 2013 at 5:12 PM

Seahawks fans share photos, stories of your weird rituals

Eddie Perdomo of Monroe, holding his 3-year-old son Ryder, refuses to drink during the Seahawks season. (Credit: Ellen Banner / The Seattle Times)

Eddie Perdomo of Monroe, holding his 3-year-old son Ryder, refuses to drink during the Seahawks season.
(Credit: Ellen Banner / The Seattle Times)

We want to hear from the 12th Man. We’re talking about any Seahawks fans with strange rituals and odd superstitions.

The weirder the better.

One 12th Man refuses to drink alcohol all season. Not a drop. He doesn’t want to jinx his beloved Seahawks.

And a woman who always nurses the same drink the morning of games: A Bloody Mary. Don’t laugh. She’s convinced it works.

Some fans wear the same shirts, caps – even underwear – on game day.

We want to know what kind of weird rituals and superstitions you follow. Better yet, we want to SEE and read about what you do (OK, maybe not the underwear), so send us your photos, video or stories via our handy app.

Like the beer commercial says, they’re only weird if they don’t work, right?

We’ll share the best rituals, and we’re working on a video highlighting how the 12th Man rolls.

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