BOISE, ID – Nothing is more infuriating than having a long pointless day with a random occurrence of going on Facebook to randomly stumble upon some random person sharing their bowling score.
No one should be proud of sharing a bowling score, why does it matter? This opinion comes after a local Boise petition is prompting the immediate execution of anyone who shares their bowling score on Facebook, especially if the score is average.
“It doesn’t make sense why people are so into bowling. It’s such a dumb hobby and people who get hyped about it should hate themselves. There are better ways to waste your time and I won’t ever be caught dead sharing my bowling score online,” said anti-bowler Susan Mikey.
Mikey is a part of the Boise Citizens Against Bowlers Who Share Their Score On Facebook (BCABWSTSOF), a group hoping their petition can reach local legislative to allow members to go out and exterminate any bowlers who share their score on Facebook.
“Why do people hate that we share our scores? It doesn’t affect them in any shape or form, and we’re just trying to have fun. I got a 101 the other day and wanted the world to know,” said bowler Todd Frets.