Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Airkuhl, Jan 4, 2008.
Personally, I think it was the sweet smell of victory.
lol.. what the hell is going on there?
living in san diego for the past 25 years, my first reaction was, obviously, it's meth.
It's powder viagra. That performance enhancing drug gives the impression that they are unbeaten.
One of the nicest smell in the world. Seriously.
Well, taking a page from our good friend Roger, it was obviously vitamin B12. Or Lidocaine. Both of which I take to this very day....
Probably either that or sinus buster (pepper)...that stuff will perk you up real quick...
Smelling salts are often used on athletes and boxers when they are knocked unconscious. They are also famously used by Green Bay Packers Quarterback Brett Favre before each game.
Takeo Spikes used to go nuts with them, too.
And Larry Bird. In the 85/86 season, somebody found the opened capsule of smelling salts under the Celts bench (road game) and reported it, trying to cause a clamor that the Celts were druggies. An outraged Bird declared, "I'll take drug test right now. Where's a cup?" He later went on about how the only "drug" the Celts took was beer.
Don't forget Champagne.
I think they are Felger's panties.
I get the joke, but actually I don't believe the players drank the champagne. During those championship celebrations in the lockerroom, plenty of champagne was being poured on everyone, but whenever they showed players actually drinking something, it was beer. In cans. Just one of a thousand reasons I loved those guys.
and maybe a little weed. And you know Walton did tons of LSD in college.
It's probably "SNUFF" which is finely ground up tobacco in powder form ...
you get a nicotine lift from it ... it goes right to your head quickly because it is absorbed through the linings of your nasal passage. I learned about it when I was younger through some Cape Verdean friends I have ... they love it. If you need a nicotine lift it does it without smoking.
I guess since they compare this Pats' dynasty to the Cowboys' dynasty of the 90s, they figured that they would use the 90s Cowboys pregame rituation. Moss did a great Michael Irvin impression and he didn't even need the hookers to get the tone nown right.
It was actually most likely smelling salts. Players use it all the time in the NFL.
That's boring ... let's go back to considering exotic choices.
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