The Great Outdoor Games

Postby JohnnyDamon » 20 Jul 2005, 10:25

Chicks wrestling in oil, perhaps?
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Postby Frank the Tank » 20 Jul 2005, 10:26

How about chicks wrestling in oil with chainsaws?
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Postby JohnnyDamon » 20 Jul 2005, 10:28

Now that is hot, Tank.
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Postby Big Scary Monster » 20 Jul 2005, 13:46

probably pretty bloody too.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby ctz31 » 21 Sep 2011, 13:00

Down to the final 4 in bocce playoffs tonight. Looking for our first title. I'm sure you're all very excited. Last night a 94 year old man tried to force his grandson to beat up a 40 year old dude that he was arguing with on the other team. He also gave him the Larry Merchant "if i was x number of years younger i'd do it myself". Awesome.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby PornoGil » 21 Sep 2011, 13:34

ctz31 wrote:Down to the final 4 in bocce playoffs tonight. Looking for our first title. I'm sure you're all very excited. Last night a 94 year old man tried to force his grandson to beat up a 40 year old dude that he was arguing with on the other team. He also gave him the Larry Merchant "if i was x number of years younger i'd do it myself". Awesome.

Not bad. We were looking for the "Backyard Games" thread though. viewtopic.php?f=8&t=3968

Good luck tonight, fam.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby nova » 25 Feb 2014, 14:24

Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:00 am JT99 Build a softball lineup out of the group here. Ten starters, three more on bench, batting order, position and line of thinking for each, please. TYIA
Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:02 am Gregs Kite I have to be honest, I think thats been done. But i will do due dilligence and confirm.
Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:03 am JT99 if it has, feel free to change the sport to basketball or football


Here's my SOTSG softball team lineup. I don't think it's been done for softball outside of the time where I put all of our names into Baseball Stars, and played half of a season.

Without further ado, here's the squad:

1b - South Yokel: leading off because he's presumably the fastest person on the board. Playing first base because he's a gigantic human being, and proabably could be decent without a glove with his banana hands. Downfall will be hitting, as well as personal vanity. Definitely can see him breaking out some ole bullshit.

3b - ctz31: no brainer hitting in the two hole. Just needs to get the ball in play, and refrain from bleeding out.

rcf - bosux: ol sux used to smack the ball around in his younger days. Most important thing here is not allowing the young whippersnappers get under his skin.

ss - Mat Theny: probably the hardest guy to place in the field. Pretty sure Mat theny was a decent infielder as a ute, and given our team of fatties and lazy bums...shortstop makes the most sense. Guy most likely to ditch the team to play coed with a bunch of skanks.

2b - Clay Bix: gay version of the shortstop. Definitely seems like the guy who'd choose to wear #69. Purpose in this spot is to look for walks, and make sure that our social events are coordinated.

rf - Kite: traded my spot in the batting order for my preferred spot in the field. Tough break, nigga. You're manning right field. Will likely be the type of nigga to bring a PBR onto the field, and sullenly drink it because he's in the worst spot on the field.

P - nova: perfect spots for your boy nov turner. Minimal running in the field, and the least pressured spot in the order. The kind of player who can either do it in the field and with the stick, but won't kill you if he fails at one because he's too drunk and apathetic.

lf - UEM: old man strength. Fully rested from his bachelor pad. Playing left field because he seems like he'd be gung ho as a motherfucker diving for balls.

c - Jichael Dick: Sturdy, dependable Jike. Will probably platoon with guys on the bench, but no expectations. Just a guy worth having around.

lcf - Jew Jitsu: second leadoff will be jew. In fact, I could see him calling himself this as the last guy in a gangbang just to kick things in gear. Playing left center field bceause he should be well-insulated by UEM and sux, who play very fundamental ball, and back him up on everything.

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Frank the Tank: if we can bat more than 10, he's the guy you pat 8-9 who is either hitting a bomb, or a towering flyball to the shortstop. No concerns about winning and losing. Also the guy who tries to setup tournaments near casinos and titty bars.

Flush- courtesy runner when one of the fatter guys gets on base. If forced to hit, will be given strict orders to look to walk.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby babylurch » 03 Oct 2017, 08:15

Yesterday's shotgun discussions reminded me that I am really, really bad at shooting trap/skeet. I do not smoothly track the target, and more importantly I have no idea where I miss. When I target shoot I can adjust and get to a decent place, but I never know whether I am low, high, ahead or behind the pigeons. I do okay if I have a spotter telling me where my misses are.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby ctz31 » 03 Oct 2017, 08:16

babylurch wrote:Yesterday's shotgun discussions reminded me that I am really, really bad at shooting trap/skeet. I do not smoothly track the target, and more importantly I have no idea where I miss. When I target shoot I can adjust and get to a decent place, but I never know whether I am low, high, ahead or behind the pigeons. I do okay if I have a spotter telling me where my misses are.


When i go to the range w my BIL the target is like 10 feet away and i miss high and left by like a foot every time. It's vexing.
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Re: The Great Outdoor Games

Postby TheWolf » 03 Oct 2017, 16:23

I am completely unable to tell where I miss with any type of shooting. For as infrequently as I do it, I think my overall shooting ability is decent with both handguns and shotguns. But if I don't have a spotter helping me figure out where I'm missing, I'm completely hopeless.
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