AO: Stoneclad

When: 05/05/2022


Number of Pax: 14

Pax Names: 8-Bit, Aquaman, Bo Peep, Flatline, Good Hands, Hurley, Lively, Panhandle, Pookie, Sweat Shop, Tallyman, Tulip, Westside, Z93,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Westside

You’re welcome BoSox


It was simple. We had nachos:

N – Newtons Cradle
A – Alternating Shoulder Taps
C – Crab Cakes
H – Hand Release Merkins
O – One Armed Pickle Pounders

We did 5 rounds increasing each round. Round 1 was 1,2,3,4,5. Round 2 was 2,4,6,8.10, etc. etc. to 5,10,15,20,25

We picked up a coupon and repeated the routine making it nachos w/ cheese. Same routine just each exercise we used a coupon.

Circled up with our remaining minutes for a round of Brass Monkey Humpers.



• Nachos are the food most craved by pregnant women by popular poll
• The University of Kansas set the record for the world’s largest plate of nachos on April 21, 2012 with an 80-foot long, 2-foot wide, 10-inch deep pile of chips, which broke the record by weighing in at nearly 5,000 pounds
• There is no definition or standard for nacho cheese. It’s not a type of cheese, it’s a recipe
• Doritos gets its distinct flavor with cheddar and Romano cheeses while Old El Paso uses cheddar and blue cheeses
• Tortilla chips (the foundation of nachos) were popularized in the U.S., not Mexico. They took warped and broken tortillas that were otherwise unsellable, fried them and sold them for 10 cents a bag
• The first U.S. restaurant to feature nachos is reputed to be El Cholo in San Antonio, Texas
• Ballpark nachos rose to fame in the ‘70s when NFL sportscaster Howard Cosell couldn’t stop talking about them. Supposedly, the first iteration of ballpark nachos—the kind with the cheesy sauce we all know and love—was created in 1976 by Frank Liberto and served at Arlington Stadium in Texas. Cosell got ahold of them a couple years later during a Baltimore Colts and Dallas Cowboys game, and the rest is history

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