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Friday, August 25, 2006

The Post That Is Just Plain Corny

I received a rather interesting Evite in my email this morning, as did my fellow listers on the Bluegrass-L. It is an invite to a pickin' party and "Cornhole Tournament."

Now, I don't get out much. I go to work and herd my kids. I try to keep up with all that's hot and happening in the world, but, Cornhole is something that has not yet crossed my radar until this morning.

There is a website that explains the sport/art of Cornholing. It appears a bunch of intoxicated people try to throw a bag of corn into a hole.

I doubt I can coerce Mr. Smiff to go by with me and check this thing out. I might just have to run by there and see without him, if he won't go.

Have any of y'all any experience Cornholing?

6 comments:

John H said...
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John H said...

I had never heard of cornholing until I was reading Lee's blog where he mentioned that he had been cornholing out back. I told him I was deeply disturbed by this knowledge and he then proceeded to 'splain to me that cornholing was a game involving a bean bag and a wooden platform. whewwwwwwwww

Blogarita said...

Color me naive. I thought cornholing was something else entirely.

Anonymous said...

I was able to finally get out of the floor from laughing.

And I was as naive as blogarita. I would have induced great bodily harm to someone seriously wanting to play this game with me, til I became more educated and enlightened today.

Jerald

Dave Morris said...

I've played in a cornhole tournament before. I didn't win, but it was fun. We had St. Louis Cardinals cornbags and St. Louis Rams cornbags.

Now come on, I can't believe Mr. Smiff has never expressed interest in...

...ya know what? Never mind.

SistaSmiff said...

Mr. Smiff informed me on the phone the other day..in fact, he called me to tell me this bit of info....he has done the Cornholing thing before.

His bandmate, Jamie, is an Indiana boy and apparently, this sort of shenanigans go on regularly up in Corn Country and they participated in this activity while touring with Dolly a couple years ago.

Who knew? And I thought Mr. Smiff was not into fun...

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