People are very attached to arms and legs, but what if their names were switched.
Would there be …
Kids playing with Armo
Arm warmers and armings
Governments passing Armislation
A movement to armalize marijuana
People in court alarming stuff
Alarmories in stories
A French Foreign Armion
An “ABW” in cricket
Armolas in “The Lord of the Rings”
3 armed races
A “Pledge of Alarmiance” in the U.S.
The term alarmro in music
A ZZ Top song called “Arms”
“she’s got arms
and she knows how to use them”
… or a Rod Stewart one named “Hot Arms”
“Open Legs” by Journey or “Brothers in Legs” from Dire Straits
A blegaid pouring my beer
Legged guards for legored vehicles
Neil Legstrong or Lance Legstrong
Flegers growing stuff
Legies and Legistices
Plegesan cheese or Plegigiano Reggiano for people who know more about cheese than me … or I … or myself
One Legged Bandits
a Spanish Legada
Swlegs of bees
A cult following for “Legy of Darkness”?
note: I guess arm and leg wrestling would still be similar … and possibly 4 arms on a legchair would be quite normal.
Leg bands and Arm bands would mess a lot of people and birds up though.
double note: if you don’t like this entry, you will definitely not like Salt And Pepper … and may be mildly antagonistic towards It’s Tuesday I’m In Love.
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1. Were the rules, playing fields, and spectator areas for sports with slightly expensive balls designed to keep the fans from stealing them? (soccer, football, rugby, basketball, and even Aussie rules)
Every time that net gets hoisted behind the uprights in football, it is saying “We do not trust you“.
2. Are baseball and cricket the only sports where the best thing to happen is for the ball to go out of play?
Home Run! Yeah! A 6! Hoorah! Bully!
3. Are volleyball and tennis the only ball sports where the ball going in to the net is a bad thing?
4. Is golf the only ball sport where the ball is never out of play?
This sounds like “empty lot kids’ ball game rules” to me.
Golf balls are cheap too! Who invented this game?
note: planetross prefers ball sports with pucks and rocks.
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