Throwing an 8-pound ball down a narrow path to knock down a cluster of pins is difficult for some. But for others -- like this shoeless lady -- even merely get it into the lane is impossible. Considering the whole event was being filmed, this woman's bowling abilities must have been well known among family and working friends. It's really a sight to behold: She pipelines up her kill, merely to destroy one of the great TVs hanging above the lanes.
When the game isn’t that concerning, at least this skilled granny is worth paying attention to. Mad skills granny! Advertisement
Sending parents and family members along to sporting occurrences is something of a tradition in the world of talk shows. David Letterman used to do it. James Corden has sent his mothers along to WWE Raw, and his sisters to the NFL. Well , now it's Jimmy Kimmel's dad's turn. SEE ALSO: George Clooney badmouths Matt Damon's acting live on Jimmy Kimmel In the clip above Jim Kimmel( Jimmy's dad) heads along to World Series media period, where he proceeds to tell every Dodgers player he can find about the time he went to see them play when he was a kid. Glorious.
If you're somewhere you're not means to, the last thing you want to see is a massive TV camera pointed in your direction. SEE ALSO: Heroic reporter get covered in paint on live Tv, carries on irrespective Just take "the mens" holding the phone in the video below, taken from a post-game interview with Alabama's head coach Nick Saban on Sunday :P TAGEND I don't know where my man's was supposed to be....but it wasn't here. At all. pic.twitter.com/ DgvVJoHLLN -- Tristan (@ AyoTristan) September 4, 2017 So many retweets, in fact, that "the mens" himself -- athletics writer Manuel D. DeLeon -- eventually came forward. so what was the text? -- Danny Martinez (@ dannymartinez) September 4, 2017 pic.twitter.com/ 6fxwn5YLQO -- faunti (@ oummygod) September 4, 2017 pic.twitter.com/ GxU...