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Did You Wait Long Enough After Your Entire Bowling Team Died Before You Started Bowling Again?

There is a time for bowling, and there is a time for letting the grieving process run its course. Take this quiz to find out if your next strike was too soon or not.

  1. 1. When you first learned that every member of your bowling team had died when their carpool was sideswiped by a tractor trailer on the way to your house for the monthly team potluck, how did you react?
  2. 2. To a bowling team, a bowling glove is equivalent to a wedding ring. When the team puts its gloves on together, it is a promise—a promise to be true to each other and the lanes, forever. How soon did you start spending nights out at bowling alleys without that glove?
  3. 3. What was the temperature of your team’s corpses when you started bowling again?
  4. 4. For your own sake, it’s most important to know if it’s emotionally too soon for even you to start bowling again. That’s why we are showing you this:

  5. 5. At what point did you start recruiting new teammates?
  6. 6. Friends and family may be at different stages in their mourning than you. While starting to bowl again is your decision, they will have their own feelings about you getting back in the game, and that might be something to consider. How did they react when they found out you were bowling again?
  • Results for Did You Wait Long Enough After Your Entire Bowling Team Died Before You Started Bowling Again?

    You Waited Long Enough.

    When your team died, you knew exactly what needed to be done before it became appropriate for you to bowl again. You navigated this tragic time with an admirable level of grace, class, and respect for the dead. Bowl to your heart’s content. The lanes need bowlers with integrity and heart like yours.
  • Results for Did You Wait Long Enough After Your Entire Bowling Team Died Before You Started Bowling Again?

    You Are Still Waiting Because You Are Being Scammed By A Psychic.

    Well, it’s safe to say you didn’t bowl too soon after your team died because you’ve been all tangled up with some psychic stuff. Pretty weird. If you promised you wouldn’t bowl until you reached your teammates in the afterlife, then we guess you have to follow through on it. Tough break. Good luck. We hope you find a more trustworthy medium soon.
  • Results for Did You Wait Long Enough After Your Entire Bowling Team Died Before You Started Bowling Again?

    You Did Not Wait Anywhere Near Long Enough.

    Their hearts had barely stopped beating before you were tossing balls down the lane as if your bowling team didn't literally just die. Clearly, these teammates didn’t mean much—if anything at all—to you. Yikes. Maybe it's a coping mechanism, but damn, that’s some cold-blooded bowling right there.
  • Results for Did You Wait Long Enough After Your Entire Bowling Team Died Before You Started Bowling Again?

    You May Be Too Grief-Stricken To Ever Bowl Again.

    Oh wow, you don’t seem to be taking this very well. Don’t be brave; there’s no rush to get back out on the lanes if you aren't ready. Breathe. Take it one day at a time. Process this however you need to. What happened to your teammates was tragic, and we can’t imagine what it must feel like to lose our entire bowling team. Our condolences. Hang in there, buddy.

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