BOWLING IS A GAME, NOT A SPORT
Friggina (short for Friggin A) may not be a particularly classy name; none of the league’s team names are classy. “The Kingpins” was taken as was “Strikers,” “The Splits,” and “Gutter Ballers.” I love bowling, but bowling is not a sport. It is a game. At least our team name has more class than last year’s champions, “Haywood Jablowme.” Bowling is not a classy game.
Bowling is a game, not a sport. Any event where you can drink and smoke while you are on the bench is a game not a sport. Any group whose professional tournaments are sponsored by “Motel 6,” “Denny’s,” “Lumber Liquidators,” or “Odor Eaters” is a game not a sport.
The winner of this year’s Professional Bowlers Association “Odor Eaters’ National Championship” won a plexi-glass odor eater foot-insert trophy and $5000. Bowling is a game, not a sport.
Half of the bowlers in our league are over 50 years old. The old timers are all very competitive with bowlers half their age. They can be competitive because………bowling is a game, not a sport.
I love watching the PBA tour bowlers on TV. When they get a strike these 5’4” “athletes” pump their fist and let out a primal yell like they just sacked the quarterback to win the Super Bowl.
Ooh I’m scared!!
DUDE!! It’s bowling. It is a game, not a sport.
I love bowling! It is a great game (it is not a sport.)