Monday, July 14, 2008

NATIONAL GAME OF NOVA SCOTIA




Whilst in the wilds of Nova Scotia (Lake Whatsit), some darling natives taught me a game they had invented. It is called "washer in the hole"! You need a couple of boxes placed oh 15 feet apart, an old pipe (mounted in the center of each box), a chunk of a hockey stick (for measuring), and four big metal washers - and a case of beer (don't drink anything but Kieth's or they will freak out). Make teams, drink beer, and throw the washers at the boxes. Try to get them in the pipe hole! Drink more beer! The game was invented by Blaine Whynot's great grandfather, Buck Whynot.

2 Comments:

Blogger saulwhy said...

You are too funny!!! and you make things up. It's called "washer toss" or "sewer pipe", and we did not create the game, though if we had we would have had it properly trademarked, packaged and ready for the big box stores.

July 19, 2008 at 3:39 AM  
Blogger saulwhy said...

...oh yeah...and there are no "Buck's" in Nova Scotia, it would have to be "Bucky" or most likely "Bub", or "Bubby" which is , yes sadly, short for brother. ??? yeah, where do they get these words???
..anyway, lots of laughs when you're around.

July 22, 2008 at 2:38 AM  

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