hmm guess I’ll change my hobby right away
John has the reputation of being a blowhard.
Steve holds his baloon like a baby.
Two of a kind and thank goodness the only two….
In their pre-helium daze
Still, it might make sense to cross to the other sidewalk as those are water balloons and John is known for his delight in throwing them…
I think I want to understand Steven’s interest a little more.
Don’t knock it. Who else has a hobby that really takes their breath away?
just some more hot air
Do they give each other a blow by blow account?
Due to high “inflation” costs, and a looming balloon payment to the Mylar distributor, their bubble is about to burst.
The balloon popping enthusiasts Bob and Doug might make an appearance to liven things up a bit.
But can you make an animal, say a dachund, for the neighbor’s granddaughter? That’s what will really sell.
“Much better than your embarrassing attempts!”
“I suppose you realize, this means war!”
[SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!] [SPLOOSH!]
Just one of the many secret clubs on Ballard St. You have to know someone who knows not one but two members before you can even apply.. very exclusive this one.
Soon their enthusiasm will burst!
Personally, I think they’re full of hot air.
I didn’t know Nietzsche was into balloons.
I think his inserts are too tight. :)
John and Steven spend time together because everyone else on Ballard Street finds them deadly dull.
John and Steven’s niche is ballooning.
Mr. A, our mentor, joins our news outlets as experts in identifying and featuring niche enthusiasts. We like Mr. A’s niche enthusiasts because he is clear that they live on Ballard Street. By contrast, we resent news-media types who try to convince us that enthusiasts for their favorite niches, which are even more bizarre than that of John and Steven, live on Main Street.