Bowling

HELLO, HUMAN! 'TIS I, THE GREAT BOOKWORM!

Anyway, I'm bowling with my family right now. It may just be because I'm not a good bowler, but this is not fun for me. At all.

Is led me to wonder who invented bowling, when and how. My hypothesis is that an angry milkman through something round and he thought, "GASP that could be a game!"

So, yes. What do y'all think about bowling?

Thanks for reading!
-Bekah the Bookworm


Comments

  1. Sorry to spoil your theory, but here's what Wikipedia told me about bowling: "In 1930, British anthropologist Sir Flinders Petrie, along with a team of archaeologists, discovered various primitive bowling balls, bowling pins and other materials in the grave of a protodynastic Egyptian boy dating to 3200 B.C., very shortly before the reign of Narmer, one of the very first Egyptian pharaohs."
    I enjoyed bowling when I went (once, a long time ago).

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    1. Ah, so THAT'S how it happened. Sorry, angry milkman!
      I'm glad some one enjoys it :)

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  2. Angry milkmen don't have round objects, since milk bottles are, well, bottle shaped , cartons to carry the bottles are square, and milk is a liquid. I like some bored coconut gatherers better. Are there coconuts in ancient Egypt? Gma

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    1. I was supposing it was after they got mobile scooters, or carts, and had helmets.
      Bored coconut gathers are an interesting idea, though... I'm not sure if there were coconuts in Egypt back then.

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  3. Yo, I tagged you:

    http://meanwhileinrivendell.blogspot.com/2016/08/that-awkward-moment-when.html

    :D

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  4. Do elephants enjoy bowling?

    -Sunny

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