Saturday, February 12, 2011

Some People are Just Assholes

Last night I was playing in a dart tournament (took 3rd place) and this guy that I've known for over a decade was as the line shooting his darts.

His opponent, a young jackass, started whining that my friend had the edge of his shoe over the line.  Then the jackass kept standing beside my buddy while he was shooting just to try and distract him.

Needless to say, this causes some degree of drama and in turn, young jackass thought that he was going to smart off and bow up to me.  Yes me.

Now, there are a few things wrong with this picture.

1.  Most everyone who plays these tournaments knows me, and has known me for a very long time.
2.  I have earned the respect of these people and have a reputation of being fun, happy and most of all a good   sport and 'classy'.
3.  Don't bow up to someone who knows everyone and is respected by these folks because, well you're going to get your ass kicked if you aren't careful.
4.  Last, but not least, if the above three reasons do not apply.  NEVER fuck with someone who is not afraid to defend herself and who would most likely hand you your ass (this guy was, in a nutshell, a pussy).

Yes I am tooting my own horn a little here, but hey, sometimes I deserve it.

What it all boiled down to was that this idiot didn't have skill to beat my buddy so he had to try to distract him instead.  Funny thing, my friend whipped his ass on the dart board and put the guy out of the tournament.

I love darts!


  1. Not wanting to be dense, but what does 'bow up' to someone mean? Is it something like hit on or is it more like be a smartass to?

    In any case, I'm glad the little snugger had his ass handed to him.

  2. Bow up basically means getting in someone's face basically. You know how smart asses are, they'll stick out their chin and get in your face looking as if they're about to try and fight you.

    The guy was a first class jerk. Thankfully, not too many of those in the folks that I play darts with.

    Thanks for reading!

  3. Ah! Got it! Thanks so much! And thanks for the link above--it's nice to know that someone is pondering what I'm writing. You may notice that it's one of my soapbox issues.... :-)


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