2012 – 100 Drawing Challenge 051 – Sport


I recently came across an argument on Facebook in which a troll was trying to tell a bunch of boffer jocks that “Boffer isn’t a sport because it doesn’t have points or uniforms.”

Despite those two statements being fairly untrue, it’s basis was flawed from the beginning because clearly that isn’t how you define a sport.

So, I looked up the definition:


Noun: An activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others.

Verb: Wear or display: "sporting a mustache".

Synonyms: noun.  fun – game – play – amusement

verb.  play – frolic

I can tell you 2 things for sure about Boffer fighting:

  1. There is more rivalry than a profession dick swinging competition.
  2. If you are not physically exhausted by the end of the day you are either Eldaraenth’s resident one man army, Logan, or you hid in the dmaned bushes and watched me get beat up… a lot.

Basically, What I’m saying here is it’s a sport. A Damn good one.

Also, one day I will stand on a pile of my fallen enemies during a lightning storm a scream one word into the sky.


Published by M.A. Brotherton

M.A. Brotherton is a writer, blogger, artist, and fat-kid from the suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri. He’s tasted a little bit of everything the Midwest has to offer, ranging from meth-tweaking rednecks in massive underground cave complexes to those legendary amber waves of grain. When he’s not writing, he spends most of his time screwing around on the internet.

2 thoughts on “2012 – 100 Drawing Challenge 051 – Sport”

  1. Jason Benoit says:

    I have decidedly little knowledge of what Boffer is, but usually when someone argues against a sport it usually means they don’t know anything about it and deserves to have their testicles dragged behind them telling all those that witness that they are a jackass of the highest order. 

    1. M.A. Brotherton says:

      Boffer is basically the sacred art of beating the living crap out of your friends with foam swords. It is a most honorable tradition passed down to us from people in the long forgotten age of the 1970s. 

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