Sunday, January 11, 1987

WWGRD TESTIMONIALS

Prospective WWGRD wristband wearers, read how the wristband has affected peoples' lives.

15 comments:

jamesFALLEN said...

I go to McDonalds, grab some fries with my wristband hand and instinctively stop and go eat pound some broccoli and creatine instead.

Even though the waiter brought out the wrong meal earlier, I still start to give a 15% tip. My wristband hand takes over and punches the waiter in the face instead.

While playing beer league hockey I stop seeing the ice and the other players and start to visulaize only random green characters descending from the top of my vision over a black background.

Needless to say its changed my life.

Lady Jaye said...

Whenever my boss is getting on my case, I just look at the WWGRD band on my desk and think of what Gary Roberts would do... and then decide that I probably would get fired if I slammed him into the cubicles. So because I have children to feed, I decided to leave the WWGRD band in the car. It helps with my road rage. :)

Tee said...

This is completely true, I swear on my signed 91-92 team photo signed by Jim Paek.

I woke up this morning with a nosebleed that would not stop and instantly I knew. My WWGRD bands arrived today, and my nose was not going to stop bleeding until I picked them up. I stuffed a paper towel in my nose, called in to work and told them I was going to be late and headed off the post office. Naturally, a large white envelope beckoned and I reached inside and no sooner had I touched the rubber of the bands than my nose instantly sucked the clot back down my throat and stopped bleeding. I spit out a large bloody mess on the sidewalk and it reminded me of that jobber Archer trying to fight BGL. I can only imagine what other miracles this little baby can work.

Nick said...

In my beer league game the other day, we were trailing 5-2 in the 2nd. In the next 10 minutes I took over the game, scoring 3 goals to tie (my 1st hat trick in almost 5 yrs!), setting up the go ahead in the 1st few minutes of the 3rd, breaking up a fight in which I grabbed the guy punching out my buddy, clocked him in the face, and threw him into the wall! Then got kicked out.

After the game the guys were saying in the locker room, "What the hell was that, and where did it come from?" I simply pointed to my wrist, and said, "WWGRD my friends, WWGRD." And left

thanks guys for doing this!

Nick said...

In my beer league game the other day, we were trailing 5-2 in the 2nd. In the next 10 minutes I took over the game, scoring 3 goals to tie (my 1st hat trick in almost 5 yrs!), setting up the go ahead in the 1st few minutes of the 3rd, breaking up a fight in which I grabbed the guy punching out my buddy, clocked him in the face, and threw him into the wall! Then got kicked out.

After the game the guys were saying in the locker room, "What the hell was that, and where did it come from?" I simply pointed to my wrist, and said, "WWGRD my friends, WWGRD." And left

thanks guys for doing this!

J.S. said...

I have a similar on the ice story. I was in a 3 game pointless streak and was playing like absolute crap even during the games where I was scoring. I got my WWGRD wristband and wore it to my next game. 4 goals (including 2 shorthanded), 3 assists, 4 PIM, and 2 chicks that I plowed on the way out to my Jeep.

OK, part of that isn't true. It was only 2 PIMs.

Steve In Denver said...

Last Friday my wristbands arrived. I put one on, and heard this little "zing" noise...kinda like when you earn an extra guy in a video game. I could see a strange gold aura coming from my body. I knew life was going to be different from that day forward.

That night, we were up 3-2 in our game, and were shorthanded. The other team was bringing it, and I made a flurry (fleury?) of saves, culminated with a stop on a breakaway, and then did a Hasek-esque roll and throw the pads to the sky move while I was down and made two more rebound saves from my back to salvage the win.

All because of the WWGRD magic powers.

I'm pretty sure at some point I will also thwart an armed robbery by deflecting bullets, and catch a baby dropped from the window of a burning building.

Anonymous said...

My friend's older sister and her husband have been unable to concieve a child in spite of two years of trying. I let her husband borrow my WWGRD wristband and she became pregnant the second he put it on.

The Hebrew Hammer said...

I used to think Mondesi's house was funny, ever since the i've gotten the wristband, i've realized the errors of my ways.

Steve said...

When I slid the The One Wristband to rule them all, immediatly all the women within a five mile distance of my house had an intense orgasm.

Also, I work at the Beaver Valley Mall radioshack and ever since I got my wristband I have been sportin it since. On Monday, I'm talking to this guy about GPS's and how they dominate and at the same time we extend our arms to reveal the most bodacious wristband known to mankind. It was awesome, first time I saw someone with the wristband on and it wasn't even in the burgh.

They are spreading....

Awesome.

Ashley said...

Like Tee, I too swear that this story is completely true (except for the 91-92 team photo bit, because I don't have one).

Earlier this week, the power was out all around Nova Scotia. The media reported that it was something called "Hurricane Noel", but I knew better. I knew that the WWGRD wristband was on its way to Halifax, blazing a path through the province. The media simply wanted to avoid mass hysteria by making up a story about a storm passing through. Who knows what would've happened if they had known...I just don't want to think of the possibilities.

Sure enough, the big white envelope was sitting in my mailbox...just in time for the Flyers game!

Go Pens!

VOTE FOR GARY!

hashmoney said...

I had it sent to work. My boss gave me a raise when he saw it and promoted me. He thought i was the 2nd coming.

Anonymous said...

When I was annoyed by a coworker at work while wearing my WWGRD bracelet, I paused just one moment before I knew exactly what Gary would do in my situation - I dropped the invisible gloves I had on at that time, and started a huge fight in the middle of work. I came out on top, and we'll just say that the extra WWGRD bracelet I bought now has a place of honor, as to remind us all to do as Gary Roberts would every day.

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