Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Ultimate Twister Destiny Duels #4

After all that heavy stuff about headship, I think it's about time for the fourth in the series of ULTIMATE TWISTER DESTINY DUELS. This is not the most focussed of blogs.

This time let's welcome to the virtual spotted mat...

Groucho Marx



















and...


Zebedee (the springy-guy, not the Biblical figure)























I hope you appreciate the pictures. I think it helps the imagination.

So, lets start with the most famous of the Marx brothers. He might have had audiences falling about in the early 1900's, but will he be the first to fall on the Twister mat? LOL! Anyway, Groucho is a canny guy, sharp enough to come up with witticisms like "I've had a perfectly wonderful evening. But this wasn't it." In fact, you should read all of these right now to give you an idea of the kind of guy we're dealing with. In summary; a genius, but also a nutter. So we can expect tactical play again, but physically I'm not sure if he's got the stamina, because he does smoke rather a lot of cigars.

Zebedee, on the other hand, is relentless. Does he ever tire? Infinite energy reserves could clinch a drawn-out bout. However, the impressively moustached fellow faces a harsh disadvantage in the limb department. I'm not sure that conventional Twister rules account for these kind of appendage needs. It's not very inclusive. In fact, I'll send Hasbro an email*. Anyway, Zebedee has definitely got some flexibility, but would find it hard to maintain certain body shapes for extended periods. And he has stumpy arms too.

I think victory is going to the Marx man.

*I actually have just emailed Hasbro, and eagerly await their response

1 comment:

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Groucho Marx has always been a weird personage, with a great aptitude, but sometimes He doesn't think what he say, and it never has been so good for his career.