Geico Water Hazard Monster!

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Golf tends not to be especially thrilling as a spectator sport, but it could be enlivened considerably by making the water hazards truly hazardous, say by putting a Kraken into the water!  Golfer Bill in a recent Geico commercial is having a truly bad round when an enormous tentacle whips out of the water and ensnares him, the golfer flailing helplessly against its iron grip.

The sportscasters in the face of this spectacle are unflappable, commenting in whispered tones about how the golfer’s five iron may not be enough club to handle this situation; he’s gonna lose a stroke on this one!  More of the Kraken then becomes  visible for inspection, and it is truly a beast of Lovecraftian proportions; now this is a sporting event!  Still nonplussed, the sportscasters continue to comment in whispered tones; it’s what they do

I’d pull up a chair and pay to see golf matches like this!  With quicksand, scorpions, and rattlesnakes, perhaps we could also lend new meaning to tired old golf course “sand traps.”- – Now that’s entertainment!

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3 Comments on “Geico Water Hazard Monster!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    If I didn’t know better, I’d swear that they were subtly plugging the new Ryan Lockwood novel “What Lurks Beneath” (which deals with the Bahamian sea cryptid known as the lusca). This is the same Ryan Lockwood who wrote about a killer shoal of Humboldt squid in his 2013 debut novel “Below.”

  2. vulpesffb Says:

    Because aquatic life is so alien to we surface-dwellers, there’s something primally disturbing about it, especially phylum molluska. I swear to you I’ll never eat calamari…


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