Thursday, 2 February 2012

Darts- the sport of Kings

There are not many sports where the participants weigh double that of the average person. Where the warm up routinue is enough pints to fell a rhino. Where tattoos and gaudy gold are regulation uniforms. Where hot women parade around gargantuan men and love it. Where the crowd scream for you because you can throw a small metal spike.

Welcome to the world of darts.

If this is something you feel like you need to be a part of, here's what you'll need to do-

Get fat

You don't need to start fat, but you do need to pile the pounds on. If we look to the past not all of the top darts players started chunky-

This works the other way round as well. Who can forget the case of Andy 'The Viking' Fordham-

Get pissed

If you play darts, you generally have to practise in the pub. Therefore you will drink.
drunk darts

Get ink

Any dartsmith worth his salt has got ink. Usually shonky.

Get moody gold

The more gold you wear the greater your standing in the world of darts.

Get a nickname

Phil 'The Power' Taylor
Simon 'The Wizard' Whitlock
Martin 'Wolfie' Adams
Adrian 'Jackpot' Lewis

What's in common? The nickname doesn't have to have anything to do with you as a person. My nickname? 'The Shotgun'.

Get good

Unfortunately there is only one way to make any money or fame from darts and that's to get good. It's surprisingly difficult to throw a small object in the same place over and over again.


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