It’s few days to Chelsea’s live match event on the 29th of July and it’s time to announce the winners!
I have a hard time choosing the winners and never did I expect so many die hard Chelsea fans out there who’re dying to watch this match. (seriously, I ain’t kidding when I say I didn’t get football)
Anyway, the grand prize winner is…..
Kien Wei Chow
He shares one of the coolest beer and football moments and I don’t know how he does it, it has elements of friendship, humour, excitement and happiness. Wtf.
And also has one of the best photos I received so far.
“Heneiken, so good you can drink it underwater!”
Damn hard sell wei. LOL
Kien Wei Chow, you and I have a date. (Oh btw, what is your PADI level? :p)
The other two winners walk away with two free tickets to the match.
First runner up goes to TJ!
For making up one hell of a quirky story that depicts the link between football and beer, it actually made me laugh.
The relationship between Beer (Heineken) and Football (Chelsea) started
a long time ago, although no one has yet to determine the exact time.
Before things arrived at the stage they are now, Beer used to be
extremely good partners with Tennis. As they got to know each other
better, Tennis demanded for a more exclusive relationship, which even
resulted in Tennis limiting Beers interaction with other partners to a
maximum of 2 people (hence doubles Tennis). After a series of problems,
that included missed overhead smashes and double backhands that resulted
in the racket being thrown into the stands, the both decided to end the
relationship and just remain acquaintances. After all, Beer was a
friendly person and was well loved by all. After some time, Beer
stumbled upon Tennis and his new found, not so friendly and gassy,
sparkling water (Perrier). The 2 appeared very serious in their series
One day, whilst hanging out with his good friend Rugby, Beer met
Football in a chance meeting on the field. Beer and Football instantly
hit it off, as both were friendly and well loved by everyone.
As time passed, their relationship was again tested as Beer, who because
of his friendliness and likability seemed to attract interest from a
variety of other people that included FMW (Female Mud Wrestling), BV
(Beach Volleyball) and Surfing. At the same time, FMW, BV and Surfing
were courted by a variety of other imposters. Beer would sometimes find
FMW flirting with Whisky and BV with Vodka at their normal hang-out
places. Surfing on the other hand had other interests that were not of
liquid form. It was then that Beer realized the relationship it had
with those passer-bys were merely flings.
Through the thick and thin of it all, it was Football who stuck by Beer
when the going got tough. It was all 11, and sometimes 22 of Football
that made Beer feel that he was a genuine friend. A friend that he
could count on, although there have been interferences from the
occasional imposters like Stout and Cider. Occasionally, when Beer and
Football get along too well, Referee normally interferes and flashes his
sexy yellow and God forbid red play cards. Referee also sometimes gets
Scolari involved and he really can kick up a fuss if Beer interferes too
much with Footballs routine. But at the end of the day Beer and Football
know that they can go back, kick back the boots are relax and get merry
on the telly.
Seriously, how can I not let him win after such effort. LOL.
Now, it’s difficult to choose the final winner as there was two favourites. TIED. Hence I have decided to give one ticket to each of the winners.
First ticket of third prize goes to Ronnie!
For producing one of the most intriguing splendid photos of football.
And the second ticket goes to Thomas Tiong,
For his quirky captions to downloaded photos of Chelsea footballers, and also some rather.. erm.. explicit ones.
“David Bentley loses ball control
He sure needs a lot more practising, especially on his ball control. Otherwise, his balls will suffer serious injuries...”
“OH SHIT!! This is how Gary Neville (Manchester United) will react when he drinks too much Heineken and then saw a bunch of Chelsea players walking out from the tunnel.”
And finally… in his words…
Football is about drama, joy, excitement and most of all celebrations. When it comes to celebrations, we cannot disassociate celebrations with beers, obviously.
That's why we always say CHEERS! whenever there's a celebration, same goes to GLORY in football. That's why Heineken and Chelsea are well blend.
“Oh please!! no no no, not here!”