Forfeits

Some articles on forfeit, forfeits:

Dick And Dom In Da Bungalow - Show Format - Bungalow Games - Forfeit Auction
... The Forfeit Auction was featured on the Sunday editions of Dick and Dom in da Bungalow ... Dick dressed up as 'Tomdickunharry', a Cockney geezer, and auctioned forfeits "for hard earned bungalow points, to stitch up your bungalow mates" ... His catchphrase was "Alright me darlin's?" Usually, these forfeits included a Bungalow Head being covered in different foods, known as 'the usual', including Creamy Muck-Muck ...
Hider In The House - Forfeits
... If the Hider fails a challenge, they are given a forfeit for the children to win back the prizes ... In Series Two, sometimes the forfeit was Lick the Tash, where they had to lick a horrible substance moustache off their face ... However, there can only be one forfeit per episode, and that is taken on the first challenge that was failed ...
Forfeit (baseball)
... However, the actual game statistics are recorded as they stand at the point of forfeit, and recorded as a loss in the standings for the forfeiting team, and ... Forfeits were more common in the early days of Major League Baseball ... There were five forfeits in the National League in 1886 ...
Minnesota Monsters 1998 Schedule
... at Texas Bullets 34 (OT) May 16 - Colorado Wildcats at Minnesota Monsters - Minnesota forfeits May 22 - Minnesota Monsters 42‡, at Honolulu Hurricanes 20 ...
Colorado Wildcats 1998 Schedule
... at Minnesota Monsters - Minnesota forfeits May 23 - Colorado Wildcats 43, at Utah Catzz 26 May 30 - Colorado Wildcats 42, at Honolulu Hurricanes 34 June 7 - Texas Bullets 28, at Colorado ...

Famous quotes containing the word forfeits:

    He who asks fortune-tellers the future unwittingly forfeits an inner intimation of coming events that is a thousand times more exact than anything they may say. He is impelled by inertia, rather than curiosity, and nothing is more unlike the submissive apathy with which he hears his fate revealed than the alert dexterity with which the man of courage lays hands on the future.
    Walter Benjamin (1892–1940)