A cold beer, and the Patriots game on a chilly Maine Sunday? Count us in!

The Sunday Funday experience has become a weekly ritual around these parts during the NFL season. People either get together with friends at their favorite sports bar, or they just chill at home in a chair eating and drinking, until they fall into a football coma.

Many a Monday morning on the air, I have regretted Sunday Funday, but yet I still participate. It is just that fun.

In a tribute to pit parties, the guys explain the joys of youth, when you would hop a fence, or sneak into an open area to party like it’s 1999. Again, I am guilty of enjoying this in my younger days as a rambunctious youth.

These 100% Mainah boys, Troy and Mark, have a Facebook page and YouTube channel, called "Welcome To Maine" that pokes fun at all the things that make the state of Maine so unique to the rest of the country. They have covered it all, from red snapper hot dogs, fiddleheads, pesky ticks, Italian sandwiches, Stephen King's house, and Paul Bunyan.

In reality, it turns out that Tory and Mark are actually comedians, James Theberge and Ian Stuart. You can see them perform on The Maine Comedy All-Stars shows, and at various places across the state.

If you get a kick out of these guys, they now have merch to buy! You can now purchase Welcome to Maine merchandise online from shirts to hoodies to coffee mugs.

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