Found March 19, 2012 on Beer Mug Sports:
On St. Patty's day in Ottawa, Canada a woman named Alicia was guided to the ice in her blue Toronto Maple Leafs jersey, while blindfolded. After she removed her blindfold as instructed to do so by broski with the microphone, her woman-man, Christina, cautiously trotted onto the ice in a red, long-sleeve Ottawa Senators shirt and proposed to Alicia like a true gentlewoman. This one threw me for a loop because I thought that Alicia(in blue) was the chick who rocks the strap-on, but apparently it's Christina made clear by her courageous proposal act. Honestly, I'm no hater, but how do couples in potential same-sex marriages decide on who is going to drop a stack of cash on a wedding ring? Nose goes method maybe? lol. This mishap just proves that no one should ever judge a book by its cover- unless it's Shades of Grey that is. All in all, we don't discriminate here at The Mug and hope that all jokes are taken lightly. In that regard, we wish Alicia and Christina a h...

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