Monday, October 29, 2007

More bonards

If you really start looking for bonards, you're bound to find them. And unsurprisingly, many of the bonards are European.

In our never-ending bonards quest, we found them in a rather unfortunate place: a bottle of wine. It's hard to read the label, but it says that the wine is 80% bonarda, which obviously is Italian for bonards. Now I don't know about you, but even 1% bonards is too many bonards for my wine.

Also, for those of you wanting another episode of the 1919s, they are in the pipeline. One will be arriving soon.

7 comments:

slappy said...

Bonard wine, though delicious, is disgusting to watch being made.

All those bonards crushed by barefoot peasant women...

Kat said...

Maybe that's the percentage of chance you might get a bonard if you were to drink it.

Carl Spackler said...

i say to hell with Bonards.

slappy,
i think its time for the GayBears to get a new defensive coordinator.

also, i had no idea its been over 50 years since their last trip to the Rose Bowl.

Ɯbermilf said...

Do gaybears drink bonards?

slappy said...

Carl: It's not the coordinator... I don't think. It's just a really inexperienced defense. I'm more surprised by them stopping Oregon than failing to stop ASU.

Longer drought than any other team, Pac-10 or Big Ten.

Lee Ann said...

It may be hard to find a red wine that doesn't have it!
I think I would like to squish the bonarda with my feet.

jamwall said...

Ride the bonard rollercoaster!