Remember how before the Superbowl, Bud used to stage its really weird “Bud Bowl,” in which Bud Light and Budweiser (regular) would go up against each other and battle on something that looked like a football field? I never really “got” the whole thing, but it’s possible it’s because I hadn’t had enough of either liquid to be able to appreciate it.
And we all remember the Kabbalah Water craze, and are of course aware that there’s something called “holy water” that the Catholics use in their church rituals. But if you’re a purist and want to drink holy water (even though, as Beliefnet blogger Donna Freitas notes, this is sacrilege), your beneficent beverage should be a product of the Batmanesquely named Wayne Enterprises, Holy Drinking Water
But if the concept of drinking holy water makes your innards sizzle (in a bad way), try the gentler Spiritual H20, which brings holiness to personal hydration and provides faith with an energy boost, in formulas like Energy, Control, Refresh, Essential, Strength and Power. Plus, collectible labels featuring Jesus in various inspiring poses.
Which brings me to my original idea. Let’s put all the waters on a table and let them duke it out in what will become known as 2007’s Holy Water Bowl