Here is your drinking game for the Bokke’s final against England!

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Kaptein Kortbroek knows a shitload more about rugby than most of us (especially me) and yesterday gave us his analysis and prediction for tomorrow’s game between the Bokke and the Souties. The odds are in England’s favour, but jirre, I am starting to get nervously optimistic about our chances. I actually truly believe that we will be able to deliver the goods. New Zealand just destroyed Wales and I am very thankful that we’re not playing against any of these two in the final, especially New Zealand. Fuck, the okes were dik hungry for each other! For third place! I don’t think we can expect the same level of action in tomorrow’s final because a lot of manne will suffer cardiac arrest. That doesn’t mean that it won’t be any less stressful. It are a final!!!

So I am going to feed that thing what pumps blood to my arteries some whisky tomorrow morning. You know, just for gees. Here is a thought, let’s sommer turn the final into a messy drinking game:

The rules:

  • Take a shot for every phase that follows after the 10th phase in the maul. We’re playing it fokken safe here, because when we took on Wales last weekend, there were 21 phases in the 62nd minute. You’ll fokken die from alcohol poisoning if we don’t build in that buffer.
  • Every time Willie Le Roux drops the fokken ball, you lift your elbow. Excuse me, why is he in tomorrow’s game?
  • You know that move that Faf de Klerk makes where we hooks his heel into the ground? That it is tell-tale sign that Pollard ain’t gonna get the ball. Take a shot.
  • Scrum collapse? Kry vir jou ‘n fokken shot, boet.
  • Down a beer and take two shots every time Rassie clearly mouths the word “poes”. Dis die era van HD en 4K, bra – ons kan sien jy roep die geboortekanaal se voorvaders op…
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