When Jim Leyland was asked about the tough decision he faced in releasing Gary Sheffield he gave what I originally perceived was a very bizarre answer:
"It was a gut-wrencher," said manager Jim Leyland, who stayed up late thinking about the decision to release a likely Hall of Famer. "It's not good when you light up two Marlboro's at the same time at 3 a.m., washing it down with a glass of chocolate milk."I don't smoke cigs and I thought about doing a personal experiment to test this odd combination of smokes and Yoohoo, but opted against it for the time being. Bob's body is a temple.
Upon further investigation, I have found that many people feel that chocolate milk goes great with some tobacco inhalation. I also discovered that perhaps Jim Leyland is a big Rufus Wainwright fan. Maybe I'm the odd ball because I don't dip my cancer sticks in chocolate milk, and I'm not judging, but I think I'll just stick with white milk and chocolate cookies. Thanks.