Note: I did this listing on Sept 11, 2009 but didn't get much traction. Please read and enjoy!
Hey everyone. Just thought I would write down some descriptions of what flavor of drink would be fitting of W-L record. With respects to Mike Clark and the 13-3 Kool aid. Bear with me folks, it's defintely tongue and cheek....
0-16, Detroit tasted it in 2008, tastes of sewage, wouldn't wish it on your wost enemy (except for the conquered fader nation)
1-15, not much better than sewage and little more tolerable, but that doesn't say much.
2-14, a popular flavor with the Missouri Indains and conquered fader nation, causes purging of coaches and is preferred by Al Davis.
3-13, like drinking defective Budweiser in St. Louis
4-12, Woody Paige's favorite flavor for 2009, he let the Coors go warm
5-11, tastes like stagnant pond water form the Deep South, will make you nauseous
6-10, more of a hanogver cure drink (don't ask what is in that)
7-9, is more of a wannabe drink like Natural Light
8-8, not bad, not good, just plain old drinking water
9-7, water with a twist of lemon
10-6, compare it to a good tasting cheap wine (Charles Shaw)
11-5, a very nice cold, Fat Tire microbrew
12-4, a sweet champange that may give an aftertaste if not handled right (playoff wins)
13-3, the preferred choice of drink at MHR, sweet, memorable and very Orange. Will go bad if not used wisely (playoff losses '96, '84).
14-2, had the drink once never seen it since. A very expensive and aged bottle of chamange
15-1, great flavor and aroma, definitely a championsip level beverage. If you forget the ice, can go bad quickly (Vikings '98)
16-0, the sweetest taste of all, worthy of gods....side effect is arrogance, can hurt badly if you do not drink with respect (New England 2007)
Have a good one. Go Broncos!
Is this over the top for flavors?
Yes, you have too much time on your hands. (23 votes)
No, you forgot some flavors. Al Davis' drink of choice is not on the list. (18 votes)
41 total votes