The Ball Game

Another Mad Lib, because I simply adore them.

Yesterday, I went to a wigball game in the Himalayas. The tickets cost 100 dollars each, and it was worth it, because it was the stickiest wigball game I’ve ever seen. We took our seats, and when the refreshment baby came by, we ordered Brussels sprouts and pork fried rice to munch on. The players came out onto the cliff, and the audience waddled and fell at their arrival. Right in the beginning, 13 months into the game, Bob “The Bottle Cap” Charles broke his eyelash and had to be carted off the cliff. I felt nervous about it, but the game had to go on. Shortly afterward, DarleenScaly Toenail” Johnson scored, and a snort went up from the fans.

The half time act consisted of a team of bee keepers pinching mattress pads in a circle. In the second half, a foul wigball flew over my nostril and popped the dude sitting behind me. “Yeehah!” the dude shouted accidentally, and I covered my uncle‘s ears, lest the obscenity offend. Other than that, we had an embarrassing time.

4 Responses to “The Ball Game”

  1. July 27th, 2008 | 4:25 pm

    Hmmm, fried rice at a baseball game doesn’t sound too bad. The brussel sprouts though, ewwwww.

    I love Mad Libs.

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  2. Kelly
    July 28th, 2008 | 6:09 am

    I’m not a huge fan of fried rice, so I got this picture of Brussels sprouts mixed in with fried rice and thought, “OH GROSS!” LOL

    More Mad Libs will be had. Just because I can.

  3. July 29th, 2008 | 2:57 pm

    Although I am not a huge fan of fried rice, either, I AM a big follower (tracker-jumper, that is) of Wigball. Who isn’t? And the halftime show sounds like it was really exciting (although aren’t the matress pad pinchers usually heathen sliders? – I’ve never witnessed Beekeepers doing much except sifting during hafltime.) This is usually so, I was told, because (only in the cliff version, of course) the Rabbit-likes have no wheels.

    I may be wrong.

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  4. Kelly
    July 30th, 2008 | 6:50 am

    @Max… The cliff version of Wigball is really splendiferous, isn’t it? And having BEEKEEPERS pinch mattresses was an especially surprising treat. They were certainly every bit as interesting to watch as heathen sliders.