Thursday, February 18, 2010

10 sports that should be a part of the next winter Olympics




10. Polar bear hot dog eating contest - Contestants sit naked in a foot of icy water and eat as many hot dogs as they can.

9. Snowball tennis - A light hand is required to stop the ball from going through the racquet.

8. Favreball - Like football, except it must be played in a blizzard, and all games must have Brett Favre.

7.Speed stalking - A man and a woman, 1 must chase the other on the ice till they are caught. Clothing optional.

6. Snow cone making - Fresh powder is good for more than skiing. Just be wary of the yellow snow.

5. Nipllies - Men and Women's tournaments. Contestants run out of a hot building and see how far they can get before their nipples go rock hard.

4. Toddler curling - Toddlers are put into special warm sports suits and curled by their parents down the ice.

3. Shovels - Let's see who can clear my driveway the fastest. Seriously I'm running late.

2. Stoneballs - 6 people, 6 snowballs, 1 rock.

1. Duck, duck, icicle - Participants ski down a hill as icicles are launched. Must duck, bob, and weave.

8 comments:

  1. I'm in for toddler curling. Do we get to bbq them for a post game celebration?

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  2. I'm betting the curled toddlers could clear your driveway the fastest. Of course, you'd be taking of chance of having a yellowed driveway afterwards. But when you gotta get to work, you gotta get to work.

    You're very funny and creative, TS.

    Cheers,
    Robyn

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  3. They make hot dogs out of polar bears now? Oh, wait...

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  4. Is the Polar Bear Hot Dog Eating Contest a euphemism?

    Will they retire Favreball every season, and the bring it back right before the Olympics start?

    Can I judge the Niplies competition?

    Does the pregnant curler on the Canadian Women's Curling team get extra points for Toddler Curling?

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  5. AsBlack, No, yes, maybe if you're qualified, aaannnd yes. lol

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  6. You forgot Scrape Up the Luger. Too soon?

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