Great London Sporting Events #234: Cobbling

 cobbling

 COBBLING.

It was a little known sport played in the slums
of London around the late 19th century.
Men line up facing each other and at a given signal.
they take it in turns to kick each other in the bollocks.
The last man standing is the champion.

My Granddad was champion of West London.
Clive’s Granddad was champion of East London.
They met for a showdown late one afternoon
in Mile End Road. As we can see from the picture.
Clive’s Granddad lines up to deliver his kick to
my Granddad’s bollocks. Unfortunately, the
competition was declared null and void after
an out of control horse kicked them both in the bollocks.

 

From the best selling bargain bucket novel “Great Sporting Moments Involving Genitalia” by Gary Hoadley

Disclaimer: No granddads ended up unable to have children as a direct result of this skit.

 

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8 responses to “Great London Sporting Events #234: Cobbling

  1. garyhoadley

    I love this mans work. He is a genius and should be given top billing.

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  2. If I had a favourite word it might just be bollocks.
    Terry

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    • leagueofmentalmen

      Me too Tel. It’s one of those words that comes in really handy when you’ve just hit your thumb with a hammer or you’re searching for an adjective to describe The Jim Davidson Show 😉

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  3. Is this the origin of that much fabled London phrase, ‘What a load of cobblers? Great stuff Ronaldo!

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  4. The Japanese took up the sport; naturally, they updated it with the latest technology…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5PS8zHBbxg

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