Bowling is a group activity that many enjoy as a social outing. It's fun, competitive and a good time out. Do you enjoy bowling with friends or family? How often do you go? Do you have any fond memories or enjoyable experiences you would like to share about bowling?
I enjoyed bowling as a teenager and as a good activity on dates with guys. Nowadays, we take our kids with us bowling and we all have so much fun. The only negative is that it is so expensive to bowl now, and even with the offers on, a games bowling for the family is around $60. That's expensive for an hour or fun.
As you get older, it tends to get you to move and use muscles, you never thought you had.
When I was in my 20's and 30's and even 40's I liked to play.
It's a really fun family game, and even if your on your own....you can still play!
So it's a win win.I didn't go too often, but looked forward when I did.
I love bowling. I used to go with my dad and grandparents as a child. I still go with my dad occasionally, but not very often. I also like the side games that are eld at venues, like pool and air hockey.
I haven't bowled since I got married and moved to Australia for several reasons:
1. My husband is not really into it (although he is a very sporty man)
2. We just don't have that type of a social circle.
3. It's hugely expensive. We'd rather do something else for that kind of money.
Also, my son has bowling on Kinect Xbox and we play bowling at home. It's not the real thing, but the next best thing, so we have a bowling alley right at home.
I love it although I suck at it sometimes. Too inconsistent. One minute I am getting a strike, yet on the other times - way too many G U T T E R S...its just for fun. I could put many dents in the floor because of my hard bowling.
I used to love bowling and went almost every week, however have not been now for many years.
I now live near a bowling alley and am always surprised that it still exists as there are usually only a few cars parked outside.
Yes I have fond memories of bowling. My cousins and I probably go once in a few years (in Singapore, where bowling's cheaper), and that's when we would also sit around and catch up, chat, laugh and cheer for each other when most of the balls are going into the drains. It's really important to have super short nails before you bowl though. A few cousins and I chipped our nails several times while bowling.