Maybe now more than ever, Philadelphia is bleeding green.
Super Bowl LII is just days away, and the city is eagerly awaiting the Eagles' faceoff with the New England Patriots, and the team's chance to bring home its first-ever Vince Lombardi Trophy.
The stakes may have never been higher, and Philadelphians aren't exactly the best at hiding their emotions. The bets are placed and bans imposed, but it takes just one look around to see the city's sheer excitement.
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From an Eagles-themed wedding cake to random bursts of "Fly, Eagles, Fly"chants, here's a look at how Philly is getting revved up for the big game:
Wawa giving away free coffee
Pennsylvania-based cult convenience chain Wawa is celebrating its hometown team with some coffee on the house.
Wawa is giving away free cups of any size coffee at all of its stores in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia on Sunday until kickoff at 6:30 p.m.
"At Wawa, we've always had a special connection to the Philadelphia culture and its sports teams, and we get just as excited as our customers do when one of them is playing for a chance to win a championship," Chris Gheysens, Wawa's president and CEO, said in a news release. "We talk about having Goose Pride here at Wawa, but this week, we'll be cheering for a different bird on Sunday and hope they bring our city a long-awaited championship!"
‘Fly, Eagles, Fly’
If you close your eyes and listen closely, you might just hear the "Fly, Eagles, Fly" chant throughout Philadelphia.
It's already broken out at jury duty and on a Southwest Airlines flight, too.
Pro wrestler and Massachusetts native John Cena even led an audience in singing the fight song after Monday's episode of RAW, New England Sports Network reported.
But Cena doesn't have much on Hammonton's Bill Paulus, who created a light show outside his house that's synced up to the famous song.
"When I did it, I never even dreamed it would blow up like this," he told NJ.com.
If your food is green between now and Sunday, there might not be any cause for concern.
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Dottie's Donuts, a vegan donut shop in West Philly, famously added its "Creamed Boston" and "greased pole" flavors, but now Federal Donuts has "The Iggle," a "Kelly-green glaze sprinkled with Philadelphia grit and brotherly love."
Proceeds from the treat will go toward The Fund for the School District of Philadelphia. A new "Fole-gers" blend from ReAnimator Coffee will benefit the same cause.
Pat's King of Steaks has joined in on the excitement, too, covering its signature sign with a banner that reads, "EAGLES."
Philly Pretzel Factory has hopped on the foodie bandwagon as well by selling "pretzel bones," a tribute to Philly's underdog status, at participating locations.
Getting hungry? Here's a list of Eagles-themed specials spotted across Philly.
From sitting in the same spot during each Eagles game to attending mass in a Nick Foles jersey, Philadelphians are full of superstitions they likely won't ditch before the Super Bowl.
Even Mayor Jim Kenney is giving in to any good luck charm he can find. In a video posted to social media Wednesday, he's seen avoiding ladders, dashing salt over his shoulder and even burning sage.
WRG, an event agency based in Philadelphia, has spent a total of six hours creating an Eagles mural. The group's medium? More than 2,000 Post-It notes.
Want to see it for yourself? WRG's office is found along JFK Boulevard near 18th Street.
Eagles-themed wedding cake
A couple turned to West Chester's The Master's Baker in September for the perfect cake to fit their Eagles-themed wedding.
"They planned the wedding during the bye week before the Super Bowl," the bakery's Brianna Murphy told the Delaware County Times. "The entire wedding had an Eagles theme, including table numbers, which were players."
The couple's fanaticism has nothing on a South Philly pair who recently named their newborn son Carson, after the Eagles' Carson Wentz.
Need to get your nails done, but still want to scream "Eagles nation"? Luxe Nails in Northern Liberties is the place for you.
A post from the business that's now been shared more than 1,500 times on Instagram shows the "NFL" and "Eagles" logos as well as a football and "LII" somehow incorporated into 10 fingernails turned blank canvases.
Not your style? Here's a guide on how to temporarily dye your hair green in time for the Super Bowl.
You better believe your eyes — monuments around Philadelphia will be showing off their Eagles spirit with themed gear between now and Sunday.
The Satyr statue outside the Penn Museum is sporting a Nick Foles jersey, while the Benjamin Franklin statue outside the American Philosophical Society in Old City can be seen holding an Eagles flag.
This list will be updated.