If you’re old enough to remember this, then you’re old enough to hang out with me.
Here are supposedly the 50 most interesting articles on Wikipedia. As I stumbled upon this, I also found the single most addictive website for an information junkie like me: tvtropes.org.
So apparently there’s a game in Cincinnati called “Cornhole“. That’s right. And even a movie about it. Need I even comment? If you’re like me (and I know that you are), this is what first came to mind:
This guy agrees. Apparently, Bengals Quarterback Carson Palmer is a big proponent of playing “cornhole” with your children. There’s even a shockwave cornhole game.
The comments to this article about the game are priceless. Some samples:
"Cornhole" is the only name they could come up with? Good thing basketball didn't originate in Cinci or we might be watching game three of the "Rimjob" finals tonight.
I wonder when Hell's Kitchen will feature a salad tossing competition.
You know that Cornholed -- the Movie, has already been filmed and is "in the can".
Ebert & Roper gave it two thumbs in.
Is this anything like the Gloryhole Invitational?
Kids play this at birthday parties and whatnot in Chicago but it's called "beanbag toss".... Because we're not fuckin hicks, that's why.
My understanding is that in order to rack up killer cornhole scores, you have to have a a wide stance.
The game is especially exhiliarating when you come from behind.
The traditional snack during a game of cornhole is fudge. After the game, the participants pack everything up.
See? Deonandia is entertaining AND educational!
I leave you with this, put together by Facebook friend Graham S. about my recent adventure trying to get rid of the mushrooms infesting my houseplants: