Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Vodka


We're participating in The Kaiser's Ultimate Beverage Bracket. A fun bit where two blogs argue for their cause in order to determine the best drink. We're fighting for Vodka, and in the first round we're up against White Russian, represented by Charles. Of course we're more than qualified to argue for that, as Wal was born and raised in the former Soviet Union.

Here are our thoughts why Vodka is way better than anything else, and far better than White Russian (and believe us, back in the days when you'd try to put coffee and milk in your most precious Vodka you'd be punished with a naked bear dance, not fun.) If you agree, take a second and vote for Vodka here. Thanks.

Please remember, drink responsibly as Vodka would like to entertain you for many many more years to come. За Здоровье! (cheers)

15 comments:

thisisChrisKahle.com said...

Proofreading is always good.

proxikid said...

This is funny. I'd put it in a book instead of hummer.
At least you'll see people smile.

Mine's a Brandy, though.
Just because I love the taste :)

Waldemar said...

All written after the product has been consumed, so the spelling mistakes are all attributes of Vodka as well :)

charlie gower said...

Good luck to you too. May the best Vodka drink win... or possibly the best idea...

JP said...

Love the idea of two blogs defending one side each of an argument.

Good presentation and thoughts.

I would point out if I was being pedantic that you seem to be defending "Russia" rather than the drink vodka. Your argument could be used for white russians.

It has to be specific to Vodka, don't be too Russia centric.

To defeat White Russian all you have to say is "It's made with vodka. No Vodka. No White Russian."

Anonymous said...

Vodka is originally a Polish drink and Smirnoff's American.

You're not even drink Stoli', which is actually made and distilled with a Russian formula.


Way off the mark.


Again.

Anonymous said...

Is this going in your book?

I'd suggest not as its not good, I know you are just having fun but you have no idea who is looking at your site so only put great work up for discussion as it make you look a bit daft. Just trying to help.

Anonymous said...

How do you know it's great work before you get anyones opinion?

You have to show the work to people before you truly know how good it is.

In this case I think it's something interesting the guys want to do, nothing particularly to do with advertising. I also think it's good to show you've interests apart from 'work', it makes you a more interesting person and therefore potential employee.

Anonymous said...

Well said.

Anonymous said...

Well said.

Anonymous said...

Well said.

Anonymous said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

Waldemar said...

this stuff is not for the book. just a bit of fun.

what worries me is that right now it looks like vodka is loosing out to white russian, blimey. come on, where are the vodka lovers out there?

wouldnt really drink stoli to be honest, russian standart all the way, they are truly russian! smirnoff just happened to be in my fridge that day ;)

Anonymous said...

In your first poster "Responsible for Great thinking" you've got 'Communism'.

Thats a German concept devised by Karl Marx (who was German).

FYI..Stolichnaya is the quintessential Russian vodka, well over a century old.

Whilst your Russian standards not even 10.

For someone who I guess spends a lot of time on the internet, you really should do some research.

Otherwise you look like you don't know what your doing.

Anonymous said...

Are the vodka lover out here? I don't know, but you've got to do more to persuade me and others to bother to vote. It's the same principal as getting people to go in-store or visit a web page in your day to day job of advertising.

It needs to make me want to vote, and at the moment I can't be arsed I'm afraid.

It's only a bit of fun so perhaps it's not worth you putting in more time to it - as long as you've enjoyed it!