Lunchbox Laboratory (Bellevue)
989 112th Avenue Northeast #105
Bellevue, WA 98004
Mondays: 6:00 PM
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It was just an oridinary night at Lunchbox Laboratory in Bellevue until Google happened. I had to inspect eye glasses for built in virtual reality search engines and remind the teams that this was not in fact a googling contest. In a battle that didn't violate any of the basic Geeks Who Drink rules, our Google teams battled to the death for third place.
In round one, we learned that teams named after college football programs probably know something about odd sports traditions. Da Wolverines, anchored by my grandma, tore it up. The grandma thing is not a joke. We also learned that Stone Cold Steve Austin is still relevant in the pacific northwest.
There was only one major oversight in round 3, "Say When: Super Heroes" and that was the lack of Powder Toast Man as an answer. I also have to give a major shout out to Captain Corgis who managed to be the only team that knew who The Spirit is.
In our round of crappy literature, we learned a few vital lessons. First of all, Tucker Max authored A Million Little Pieces, Aladdin is a fictional book and no one seems to know what to call a publisher of shitty romance novels. We did have some spirited guesses though.
- Nipple Busters
- Smut Peddler
- Shit Lit
- Wetback (which I'm pretty sure is what you call a book covered in Jism.)
Last, but not least, I want to apologize for playing "Call Me Maybe" tonight. It won't happen again.
When the dust finally settled, Scarves successfully defended their title, but newcomers Der Prynkers gave them a run for their money. Again, thanks a bunch for coming out to Lunchbox Laboratory and I'll see you again next week.