Canada’s Women’s Hockey Team Knows How To Party

February 26, 2010 / Posted by:

After Canada’s women’s hockey team won the gold over the US team last night, they bumped boobs, grabbed the beer and headed back to the ice to celebrate their victory. But not everyone was happy to see them puffing on cigars and guzzling on the sweet nectar on the ice. The buzz killers known as the International Olympic Committee said they will waste time and money on investigating the shenanigans of Canada’s women’s hockey team. They are dead serious:

The International Olympic Committee will investigate the behavior of the Canadian women’s hockey players who celebrated their gold medal at the Vancouver Games by drinking alcohol on the ice.

Somebody stick a cigar in the IOC’s mouth and give them a beer enema, because it’s really not that serious. What are they going to do? Ground them and take away their gold medals for two weeks? Dumb bitches! They should be investigating more important things, like what the hell is going on with Wayne Gretzky’s face.

Besides, does the IOC really want to rumble with the copper iron flower that is Melody Davidson:

Melody could eat the rage out of Courtney Love’s vagina of destruction, so the IOC is no match for her. Melody will chew them up. They won’t be able to walk for a week.

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