Leave It To Cleavage
Feb 22 -
That's right, kids. This is where it all began. I'm not talking about Tony Roma's Famous Ribs, I'm not talking
about IMAX, and I'm certainly not talking about Aimee's infatuation with Jeff Goldblum. No, this is the original
location, the prime viewing spot and the inspiration behind a little game we like to call... Cleavage Point.
Four years ago, when the idea came to us in a flash of blinding neon light, this sign wasn't even here. It was
simply a walkway, unnoticed (thank goodness) by the underpassersby. How appropriate that they decided to put this
up for our return.
How do you play, you ask? You don't need to be in Universal City to play the game, although it's the perfect setting.
Warm weather, an overpass, a late-teen to twenty-something crowd of bar goers and meet marketers.
The game works a little like Punchbuggy, except instead of punching you score points, and instead of looking for
Volkswagens you're looking for boobs. Actually, the space between the boobs. After all, everyone has boobs, but
not everyone is fashion-conscious enough to button her shirt to mask the gaping hole between them. These are your
targets. See one, say "Cleavage point!" to your co-contestants, or depending on your proximity, simply, "Point!"
Variation for Playing in Public:|
Sometimes you can't just yell it out. This little addition works not only your powers of observation, but your
powers of acro-ability as well...
Instead of calling out "Cleavage Point", come up with a common two-word phrase starting with the letters C.P. Then
try to work them into the conversation. Your fellow players will say, "Huh? Ohhhhh..." and the point is scored.
It usually involves a little explanation to centre out who your referring to, so the game ends up more like, "Point!
Fat, white lady with the denim purse and huge hair," or "Point! Skinny chick with the Fubu 05 shirt."
The game of Cleavage Point is perfect for avid people watchers like us. It helps to be in a warm climate,
though playing in Thunder Bay in January certainly makes it challenging.
Play at the mall! Play at school! Just don't get caught with a camera full of visual aids, like these babies...
High, then low, then high
Check out the times we played in Disneyworld with Cindy and Carl!
Malibu Creek State Park
We never expected to find a place as nice as this so close to the city. We were expecting something like our
campground near Boston, which was absolute poo. Leave it to L.A. when you need something
|Dinner: ||Tony Roma's|
|K's Order:||Swiss Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Coke|
|A's Order:||Marinated Chicken Grill, Baked Potato|