Dear Stu and Trash,
I've got this problem with a friend of
mine. See, she and I used to play darts and she always wins.
What shall I do? I want to practice, but I don't want her to
know that I've been practicing, and I can't practice on my
own, can I? Please help me, I'm tired of losing 21.
Mikko, male, age 21
|Beat by a girl? What kind of man
are you?!? Females are the weaker of the species and that
should never be forgotten!
About darts... I love the game and I'm proud to say that
I'm pretty good. Getting good did take a lot of practice but
more importantly it took good form. You can practice all you
want but if you can't stand right, shoot without bouncing,
or aim, just give it up.
So my friend my advice to you is to practice a lot and
work on your form while doing so. When you're closing a game
of Cricket in 8 or less rounds I suggest you challenge your
friend to a game and kick her ass. If by chance it looks
like she might win, then fake a seizure and go back to
Hit a ton for me,
|Easy one, dear. Buy yourself a
dart board and practice late at night. If you don't want her
to see the dart board on the wall... well, take it down when
you're finished and then put a picture in its place.
I need advice from Stu & Trash!
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