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Friday, February 22, 2013

Name That Foot, episode 14


To which three individuals do the feet pictured below belong? 
The first person to correctly name all three in the comments section below earns an honorary degree in kickology, with a minor in trivial photography. Answers will be added to the post next week.

A. 
Hint: he scored a lot of points during his career.
B.  
Hint: he scored a lot of points during his career.
C.
Hint: he's scored a lot of points during his career.










Bonus hint: 
  Main Entry: much
Definition: a great deal
Synonyms: a lot , abundance, all kinds of, amplitude, appreciable amount, barrel, breadth, completeness, copiousness, excess, exuberance, fullness, gobs, great quantity, heaps, loads, lots*, lump, mass, mess*, mountain, multiplicity, oodles*, overage, oversupply, pack, peck, pile, plentifulness, plenty, plethora, profuseness, riches, scads, sufficiency, superabundance, superfluity, thousands, tons, very much, volume, wealth

Epilogue: 
The correct answers are: 
A. Lui Passaglia, the highest scoring CFLplayer
B. Tony Lockett, the highest scoring AFL player (where A stands for Australian, not Arena)
C. Jonny Wilkinson, the highest scoring rugby kicker

See The Feets With The Mostest for more details.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

B would have to be Tony Lockett
C possibly Johnny Wilkinson?

Mike Herman said...

Yep... Lockett and Wilkinson are correct.

Rob Maver said...

A- Passaglia?

Mike Herman said...

Mr. Maver: yes, that is Mr. Passaglia

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