This new Michael Owen advert for Spey whiskey has gone viral but lets be honest it's pretty lame?
The former Manchester United, Liverpool and Real Madrid striker was never a warrior for one thing, he spent most of his time with the walking wounded and as for his drinking preference's Whiskey wouldn't be on the top of the list either.
After watching the match at the Etihad, the six-toed chimpanzee they've succesfully trained to
rasp over Beady Eye records stormed Roberto Mancini's post-derby presser last night delivering
pearls such as 'Fergie's been on the whiskey' and 'I love Mancini, he's nearly as kewl as me' to
the room full of journos before being ushered aside by Vincent Kompany while proclaiming 'Viva la
Alex Ferguson has voiced his opinion again of the Suarez-Evra incident and he believes it
contributed to Kenny Dalglish's sacking at Liverpool. If that were true then Suarez would have been
sold and King Kenny would still be in a job, Ferguson!
Dalglish was dismissed at the end of the season after a dismal Premier League campaign which ended
with Liverpool in eighth spot.
Many of you have asked, and now we're finally ready to address.
Cesc Fabregas and Carla Dona Garcia: are they or aren't they?
That's a loaded question, to say the least.
We hope we're not naive in thinking that, by now, a majority of you have skimmed/read/looked at
the pictures accompanying the first report that 'confirmed' the Arsenal captain's split from his
7-year-long girlfriend (printed by The Sun).
In a startling turn of events, Ryan Giggs ventured out to a London nightclub for the first
time...in forever. Or, actually, about a month since his last trip to Whiskey Mist, but
why keep score?
Proving that footballers can still behave like gentleman during a round of drinks with mates
rather than actin' like wild safari life at an everything must-go zoo sale, Giggys walked â€“ not
stumbled â€“ out of China Whites over the weekend without the staff's assistance.
Suffice to say, it's been a few cases of rail whiskey for ol' Jonny Lightning Cup since Dan Seco
graced the fine pages of The Yanks Are Coming. From Tebow Country to Dirty Jersey to the ATL and
NOLA, my life as the greater soccer world once knew it has been akin to the couch surfing ways of
Neil W. Blackmon on a Gaineville-bound bender during college football season.
Alfred Worden walked into a bar one night. It was almost completely deserted--at 1:30 a.m., the
majority of the crowd had moved on or gone home. With the low lighting, jacket-and-tie dress code
and quiet piano music in the background, this bar wasn't the kind of place people usually wound up
around last call.
The Super Bowl is right around the corner, so this week we'll be highlighting food and drink
recipes to make your Super Bowl party a hit. Today, let's take a look at these recipes from Maker's
Bourbon Apple Glazed Chicken Wings
These tangy sweet wings get the benefit of being braised then baked, no frying involved!
Editor's note:Â Today, the staff here at PUT woke from a 3 month whiskey and BIMBO brand mini
Kaiser roll-induced haze to the realization that face-of-the-franchise, leading scorer and all
around exception to French stereotypes Sebastien Le Toux was gone.Â Â His side of the closet was
empty, his neon boots no longer by the door.
I know Major League Soccer Soccer-dot-com already ran a quick update about this in their new
"Rumor Central" feature (which I kind of like, to be honest), but it's the kind of news that we
should be reporting here. Trust me, if it weren't for the fact that I'm studying for my Civil
Procedure exam and staring longingly at a bottle of whiskey, sleeping pills and a handgun I would
have been on top of this the moment it came out.
I write shortly before 3pm, the afternoon after the launch of So Paddy Got Up at the Tollington.
My hands still tremble as I type. I've cleaned my teeth three times and had a tactical fry up yet
still the sour taste of Wild Turkey trips off my tongue. It really was a pleasure to see so many of
you and stop for a beer and a chat.
I am returned and I have discovered something quite amazing. The perfect hangover cure. And I
don't just mean for any hangover. I mean for post-wedding, post-Jaegermeister, post-whiskey,
post-all day drinking mixing wine and beer and gin and everything else. The kind of hangover that
makes you wish you could book yourself into a Dignitas clinic and just have yourself put out of
Now that I'm on the road to accepting what happened last Saturday and I've finally managed to crawl
my way out of this empty bottle of whiskey, I guess I should go back to writing about the big
worldwide soccer tournament which is apparently still taking place. Most readers of the most
important blog of all time lost their biggest rooting interest when the Yanks were eliminated, or
the next day when the Limey Wankers went down in TYAC writer Guy Bailey's.
Well if anyone wanted to demonstrate the grace and beauty of the world game an excellent game to
showcase would be the one I last wrote about between Brazil and Chile. On the other hand, if
someone else wanted to demonstrate that soccer is a stupid, boring sport they could do worse than
exhibiting yesterday afternoon's game between Japan and Paraguay.
There was dread as much as excitement in the camp yesterday about going to see Australia play
Serbia today. The dread has little to do with the fate of our beloved team, who we will be happy to
see play well, hopefully with a victory to ensure that Australia has not embarassed itself. The
prospect of us getting to the Round of 16 is pretty slim after all.
The Captain, Captain Morgan gets footy/soccer fans from all over the world to Party Like A
Champion in this brilliant advert for the Captain's Whiskey which features a the music and should
very well be a popular anthem around the world.
When it comes to legendary partying, Captain Morgan always leads from the front.
Image: PacificCoastNews.com. Shaun Wright-Phillips had just been dropped off by a chauffeured car
with his mate, Anton Ferdinand, when these photos were taken. Usually players look fiendishly drunk
upon exiting Whiskey Mist, so respect to them for getting their buzz on before even stepping foot
inside the London nightclub.
Mais um jogo das eliminatÃ³rias da Copa do Mundo de 2014, foi realizado no dia 15/11/2011, na
cidade de Maputo-MOZ, onde jogaram as seleÃ§Ãµes do MoÃ§ambique (110Âº no ranking da FIFA) e a
seleÃ§Ã£o de Comoros (183Âº no ranking da FIFA).
Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleÃ§Ãµes jogaram:
2014Mitsamiouli 11/11/2011 COM0:1 (0:0)MOZ First round
O Ã¡rbitro desse jogo, foi: Ruzive Ruzive-ZIM
My brain is an arsehole. "Just one gigantic whiskey before you go to bed. Go on!"
I need to stop listening to my brain although I'm not sure who I should listen to in that case.
I guess it's another reason why I've always been a fan of butlers. "Should I have one gigantic
whiskey before I go to bed, Carmichael?
Yesterday I discussed some of the basic roster rules in MLS and how it ties in with the salary
cap. Hopefully the swelling in your brain has reduced sufficiently to allow you to move forward
with your lessons as I attempt to help you further understand (to the best of our ability), the
league's various roster mechanisms.
Signs, signs everywhere the signs of my advancing age; a receding hairline balanced by a protruding
gut, drinking wine instead of whiskey, a fine familiarity of the full line of muscle balm products,
wheezing to keep up in my Saturday ...
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Punter Dan back with his latest installment My only prelude to this weeks bets is to say that it is
nearing the end of the month, so to keep me in real ale, whiskey chasers and scampi fries I am
going all out. One of my biggest ballaches in football is the way overweight men [...]
Irgendwie dachten wir ja, wir hÃ¤tten endlich Ruhe mit dem Thema â€žSchweinegrippe", aber so wie es
aussieht haben wir uns da wohl grÃ¼ndlich getÃ¤uscht. Das gute an der Sache ist jedoch und das
wissen wir schon seit der groÃŸen Pandemie vom letzten Jahr, dass die Schweinegrippe nicht so
gefÃ¤hrlich ist, wie man am Anfang angenommen [.
Aww... The poor sod! Someone give him a bear hug and a whiskey...Liverpool came away from Anfield
yesterday with a draw, at first glance, a more than respectable result but after the circumstances
and sheer madness of the match, the Reds were right to feel hard done by after such a hard fought
game.Roy set up his team with Reina in goal, Skrtel and Carragher in the centre with Agger as left