The Wide World of Sporting Balls
All types of Balls
I've been watching a lot of my favorite fellow hubbers here on the hub pages over time rack up a large number of hubs in a hardly no time at all. Some who haven't been around the hub pages nearly as long as me. So I thought that I would throw a hub together and see where it lands. I literally mean throw a hub together, like when you throw a ball around. Now I can't take full credit for this idea, because my buddy goody6 came up with it some time ago. He has almost 40 followers now, and not one single written hub to his name. However after 2 months he still hasn't gotten off of his tail and written one single word yet. Maybe you all can talk to him and motivate him some, cause I've have tried my best. He says maybe next month, but we'll just have to use a wait and see approach on this one. However I wouldn't recommend anyone holding their breath and waiting right now for his work, because that could be fatal in some cases. So I thought I would run with it for now. There's a lot of sports where you run with balls, like football, and soccer, but you not supposed to put your hands on the ball in soccer like these two ladies are doing. There are many more different types of balls in this world then we could ever think about possibly naming. Other than sporting balls there are cheese balls, ball joints, and ball bearings to name just a few. I'm going to stop right here now so that all my visitors have their chance to name their favorite balls. So how's this for throwing together a quick hub, and now let's hear what you have come up with below, and please remember let's all be nice.
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