I can hear the announcer now,"We're almost to the end of this game. With one minute left here in the fourth quarter and the score is Frogs 76 and the Weevils 12. The frogs have really eaten up the Weevils. The poor Weevils couldn't find the Boll. Next week we'll see how the Weevils and the Anteaters of the University of California at Irvine do. Will the Anteaters snarf up the Weevils, or will the underbug Weevils hit the Anteaters in the nose? Tune in next week for the exciting tossup."
The headlines in tomorrow's paper could read, 'Frogs Jump As Weevils Lose Boll'. Or maybe not. Speaking of headlines, here's one 'Evergreen State and University of Santa Cruz Slug it Out in Seasonal War'.
That's what would happen if the Evergreen State Geoducks play the University of Santa Cruz Banana Slugs. Let's listen in to the announcer, "Here come the Slugs down the field. The Slugs are starting to cross the fifty yard line. Their antennae are across the beginning." that's as fast as lugs go. But hey, no problem. They're playing the Geoducks. (That's a clam). They just burrow down and wait,... and wait... and wait. We have all season. "There, the Slugs are almost across the fifty yard line. In only another hour they will be a t the fifty one yard hash mark." Talk about having to provide small talk. Wow. I could write a novel during that game.
Tune in next week to see what else I have been up to. Until then, read a good book.