These are all my bowling friends! We meet every Saturday at noon. None of us are experts, but we always seem to win because of our HIGH handicaps! I swear, we have tooooo much fun on Saturdays!

This is Kelly.
She's in 8th grade.

And Joey...
He's 8th grade too.

This is J.D. -- He's
Joey's brother and in
6th grade.

And this is Alfred.
He's in 7th grade.
Like me.

And all together... we ARE the Pinheads!

We've got STYLE !

We've got GRACE !

We DON'T have a lot of marks or points ...
But we sure DO have fun!

The 6 Most Important Rules of Bowling

If you holler "overs!" before the ball passes the arrows, you get to throw the ball over, unless of course, you get a strike. In which case, you can take back the "overs".

When your team is about 10 marks down in the 8th or 9th frame, you can invoke the rule "First Team Through Bowling Wins the Game", and your team still has a chance.

After a member of the opposing team bowls 4 strikes in a row, he/she must bowl the next 4 frames blindfolded. If he/she continues to strike, his/her shoelaces will be tied together for 2 frames.

When you leave the 10-pin and you know you can't make the spare, but another member of your team can, invoke the "Designated Bowler" rule.

After you have 4 splits in one game, you may say "Kings X" and take those 4 frames over. However, if you split on the 2nd time around, you accept it. After all, "Fair is Fair".

If your ball goes in the gutter and jumps back onto the lane, knocking down pins, by golly, you get them! That's much harder than to knock them down the conventional way. After all, good bowling should be recognized.