Published on March 11th, 2017 | by Flipside0
People Prepare for another Weekend of Big Men Running Into Big Men
This weekend will once again see the middle classes, and those working in agriculture, watch 240 minutes of big men running into other big men.
The men, who would not look out of place playing the part of Lenny in Of Mice and Men, are taking part in the rugby tournament known as the Six Nations. This has also been explained as the reason why the country’s pubs have recently resembled the public school atmosphere of Prime Minister’s Questions.
This tournament has also seen Scotland’s big men better at running into the big men of Ireland and Wales and hope to continue this trend against England.
Flipside’s Sports Editor said, ‘I scratch my head when I attempt to find the reason for this game having retained its appeal for nearly a century and a half. It’s the same thing every match. You could pretty much talk to someone about a match from 1923 and have them easily fooled into thinking you were discussing the game they had just watched.’
‘It has the finesse of a Soviet human-wave attack across no-mans-land. Only in this scenario they are carrying a giant egg. I’m also puzzled as to this reason the men are seen to resemble Greek Gods by some, rather than the look-a-likes of Mongo from Blazing Saddles they so blatantly are. I think in-breeding must have played a part somewhere. How else to explain they all have necks bigger than their heads?’