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Old Chicago Lakewood: Embrace your Chick Movie knowledge. August 13, 2010

Posted by buzzwordz in Brent Ruder, Lakewood, CO, Old Chicago-Lakewood.
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Greetings from Old Chicago Lakewood.  On a night with some of the best team names collectively I seen yet, it was Chick Flick Knowledge that ultimately lead to victory for a decidedly un-chick flick reference.

I will try to explain.

I don’t ask for much when it comes to me hosting trivia. My jeep not getting rained on when I’m inside entertaining bar patrons, because I enjoy driving with the top down. Me not forgetting any of my equipment at home. A good crowd and humorous team names that make me laugh.

In a word: Yatzee.

To wit, we ended with a three-way tie at the end of round 1 between Tad’s Poles, Golden Shower, and Jive Death Kill. I’m still trying to figure out the last one means, but the first two. Well, it’s a family blog. I had better move on. After a new game called closest to the ‘Pin’  produced JDK a winner. Glory Hole was, well it’s difficult to describe GH without exceeding my PG rating again. Ballz Deep and Blackout  kept the round close.

Round two saw a little separation amongst the teams with Glory Hole in third, Tad’s Poles in second and Golden Showers winning the free round of beer.

The final round was a free for all. The teams that were skewed male dominate, lost out to the more balanced teams. Guys, bring the ladies! They are prettier than you and have skills that most of you are not familiar with. This came into play as three previously mentioned movies that catered to women and old romance turned the tide for Golden Showers pulled away for the round and overall victory and $30. of Old Chicago money Blackout took the silver and $20.00 of OCM. Glory Hole took the final round of beer.

To recap, a balance team has a much better chance than a group of knuckle crawlers.

Just sayin.

Until Next week.

Brent

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