Bar Bowling Comes Home for $6,000
Nothing will ever replace the experience of visiting your local tavern and draining a couple cold ones with a few bros. You get drunk, hit on women, pee on the seat and fall face down in an alley for a good night’s rest. Or if you keep your wits about you, which is another way to say “don’t get wasted”, you’ll probably find a beautiful babe to take home. But alas, you’ll still need to seal the proverbial deal once you’re back at the pad. What’s a fine gent like yourself to do? Show off your bowling skills using this 8-foot Tavern Bowling game, but of course.
It’s based on the original Shuffle Alley game, which apparently was popularized in the 1950s. Abstaining from a double vision (hopefully beer goggles as well) is the first objective. Next objective, slide the chromed steel puck down the game’s waxed formica lane to strike ten 10 1/4″-tall pins. You can choose from a variety of bowling games – there is even one that dims the lights for blind bowling. A 27-inch LCD with a 1600×900 resolution keeps tabs on the score, while commentary from PBA Champion Parker Bohn III blasts over the two 30-watt and one 100-watt speaker.
Price to own? Just a mere $6,000.