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Wednesday, April 25, 2007 

A load of balls

Did a spot of 10 pin bowling after work yesterday with a gang from work. It isn't something I do very often, but as I have a penchant for the bit of occasional destruction now and again (legally of course) it's something I enjoy. Shame I'm a bit rubbish, I need more practice. Well, that's my excuse, or was it the wonky lanes?

Oh, yes it also helps to be facing the right direction when you release the ball! Not that it's a problem I've suffered from, but.....

This morning when I awoke, I was very glad I'd booked today as a holiday and I had some Nurofen handy. 3 rounds 0f 10 pin, lobbing 12lb balls around had taken there toll, I ached abit. Mind you it wasn't as bad as I was expecting. I've still got it you know :)

So they finally taught Orang u tang's how to bowl did they? lol, seriously though, you should have posted an action shot! It's quite striking with the neon colours in the background.....no pun intended!

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