Over the years, and various employees, we’ve christened a few terms we like to use while playing darts. Each terms is named after an employee who had particular tendencies while playing. I would like to share some of them with you:
The Smith – Busting on a triple/double when you only need a single to win.
The Ultimate Smith – Busting on double bullseye when you only need a single bullseye to win.
The Mos(er) – Missing the board completely.
The Ultimate Mos(er) – Missing the board 3 times in a row.
The Fitch – Missing the board, but you somehow get a double anyways.
The Ultimate Fitch – Hitting an 18 but the board gives you a bullseye.
The Pineda – Busting because you can’t do math.
The Doug – Closing out all your marks in cricket with absolutely no points.
The Heeg – Starting the game with a 100+ point round and doing terrible the rest of the game.
The Carnley – Hitting the rail of the number you need.
The Jensen – When everyone can feel the vibration from the dart hitting the board at 90 MPH.
The Brandon – When nobody wants to play with you because you’re too good.
The Stavneak – Not sure how to describe this in words, so here’s an image:
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