How To Deal With An 11 Run Loss: DRINK!
People deal with hardships in different ways. For the Blue Jays 11 run loss to the Red Sox, I chose to delve into the alcohol. But then, a funny thing happened … so did everyone else!
@Spankadia chose to go with something a little stronger, Sambuca.
@TaoofStieb on the other hand resorted to the good old Kronenbough.
@ArchiZuber would’ve partaken in the festivities, but they’re only allowed bottled water in the edit bay. Poor guy.
@mererog turned to Heineken for some comfort after the Jays were behind by 14 runs in just the fourth inning.
@ILBlueJay grabbed for an ice cold Miller Lite, and usually after about 10 or so of them, Cito’s decisions start to look pretty good.
@s_findlay choose a bit of a different route going non-alcoholic with a tea, but a great choice nonetheless because nothing like an Earl Grey to calm those nerves after watching Romero implode.
@DrewGROF brought some backup for the Blue Jays in the form of champagne. This one’s for my homeys.
@BKBlades ensures me this was just some Dr. Pepper and melted ice, but this snifter look and awfuly lot like Courvoisier specially from the liquor cabinet of Leon Phelps the Ladies Man.
@PowerofGiggle continued the soft drink theme, going with a Coca-Cola Classic to ease the pain.
@_L_Jay_ dipped into the liquor cabinet for some Prince Igor vodka accompanied by the Blue Jays shot glass.
@powder_blue was there to watch the entire game go down from start to finish at the Rogers Centre, and it took a few brews to even make this one bearable.
@Roll_Fizzlebeef missed out on the action, but here is an artist’s rendition of what would’ve gone down.
@heyscottsmith sipped on some sake to help numb the pain of what was a pretty tough game from the Blue Jays fans perspective.
It just goes to show you that even during blowout losses, there are still some thing to celebrate. Cheers!
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