You get one guess.
And if you say "Yer Mom", you get a shot to the kidneys.
Reminds me of those 'electricity globes', where if you put your fingers to the surface of the globe, the 'lightning' follows your fingers.
These were taken after a Kinston Indians baseball game. I feel like I've been mentioning them a lot in my last few blog posts.
Which is funny, because I wouldn't say I'm hugely into baseball. It's not really ingrained into Canadian society like it is in the States (if you're a Canadian that IS into baseball, my apologies, please don't hit me with your flaming bat).
But I always have a great time at these games. Stadium food that's deliciously bad for you, cheap tickets, and some REALLY fun people watching. There's always something happening, even when there's nothing going in on the field.
A waitress dropped full tray of open soft drinks in the stands during this game...felt bad for her, but it was exciting nonetheless. I knew it was going to happen...the arm that was holding up the heavy tray was quivering like the heaving bosom of a romance novel heroine.
This was before she climbed up the 15 or so steps.
An old lady at the bottom's purse got totally soaked. You should have seen the disgusted look on her face. Sort of a Queen Victoria "We are NOT amused" face.
Gave us something to talk about in between pitches.
Even better, we were there with about 20 of Chuck's friends. One of which was trying to hit on the attractive local TV news anchorwoman, who was also attending the game. She was very nice, very cordial, she was there with her man and a few friends (and anchorpeople) from work.
Chuck (who I think has a tiny crush on her) got to speak to her whilst he was making a trip to the bathroom in between beers. When he came back 40 minutes later he had some 'splainin' to do. ;)
At the end of the game, as the attractive news anchorwoman was walking away to her car with her friends, Chuck's very hammered friend (who I think would have hit on a coat-stand at this point in the evening), leaned backwards and upside-down off a lamp post, his legs clamped around the pole stripper-style, and yelled, "Ditch the zero, and get with a hero!!"
Awesome. I live for moments like that.