Here at Content Runner, we work hard to bring both Users and Writers together to create online content. In addition to this, we also work hard to make sure we have a good time and mesh well together as a company. At our latest outing, we were allowed to let loose at the local bowling alley.
Hilarity ensued as I attempted (and failed) to break 100 points and Jackson played both games in his sun glasses and mustache. Both Stacy and Tawny described their performances as “triumphs of the human spirit” (Stacy’s self-congratulatory speech can be found at the end of this entry), and the whole team, including Ryan and Chad, shared laughs and good times. This outing proved that you don’t necessarily have to be a good bowler to have a good time.
And we should all keep our day jobs.
“You know, I don’t want to go out there and say I wasn’t proud of my teammates because I want everyone to feel like a winner. I’m really proud of the effort my team members put forth. As far as my performance — you know, I’ve been told by witnesses that I carried the team, but I don’t want to put the win on my shoulders, because everyone left it out there on the lanes or the court — or whatever it’s called — but it does feel nice when random strangers come up to you and tell you that you won the game for your team and were the best bowler they’ve ever seen.”
And what was your final score, Stacy?
“95 – but if we’re grading on a curve… ”