The telling of a short story in which the final words will have an amusing double meaning. Original example: A man saw a boy sitting on a wall licking his maths kit. He asked his mum what he was doing and she said "Oh, that's just my son - Helix Protractors!". Most convoluted example involved a boy named Spag, who wouldn't play a game correctly. His friend petitioned him to "be a sport, Spag." At this point the storyteller will point to someone's sports bag, which has the words "SPORTS BAG" on it.
approved Nov 24 2002, submitted Nov 24 2002 by Nick Dimmock