The problem with the "I never foul anyone" guy is that he gets fouled EVERY time he misses, whether there is anyone NEAR him or not. And then, when he leaves a recognizable hand-print on your arm, (from where he slapped you so hard it could be heard inside another gym miles away) and you call a foul (because he NEVER will), the look on his face is sheer incredulousness. That guy makes me want to respond in kind ... so instead, I usually just stop playing until his team is off the floor.
|For those who said I was just acting hurt,|
here is the bruise picture proof
that I did, in fact, get fouled (elbowed) HARD!
When either of these guys shows up while I am playing basketball, I quickly change defensive assignments or, if necessary, stop playing entirely. It's just better that way.
Song Of The Day:
Every time I call a foul and someone complains about it I wish there was a huge stereo that would immediately break into the chorus from the song "Would I Lie To You?" by Charles and Eddie. Can't we all just accept each other's calls?