What are you supposed to do with the ‘Sports Personality of The Year’ trophy? Look at the size of the thing. First of all, many congratulations to a worthy winner, Geraint Thomas, on his award. I hope he gets it home because he’ll need a big van with a couple of hefty guys to move the thing. For those not familiar with this massive pot of silverware, it’s awarded every year to a sports person by the BBC. They are chosen by the public.
You Need To Live In A Castle
When he does get it home, where is he going to put it? Just look at it. If you live in a 12th-century medieval castle with 25 bedrooms and enough land to have a shed in every corner then perhaps he might find a hidey hole for it. However, I think he lives in a modern terrace house somewhere in Wales. So that trophy, when it’s delivered, is going to take up any spare room Geraint Thomas has assuming they get it through the front door.
Get That Floor Supported
Perhaps the winner doesn’t get to take it home. Maybe they just scratch his name on it and show it off in a huge hall with lots of space so people can queue and look at it. There’s no way his family will be watching T.V. especially over Christmas with that thing sat in the middle of the living room floor. He’d best make sure that those floorboards are fitted with extra strengthening too.
Should Have Been A Weight Lifter
I wonder why they make the thing so big? There’s no taking away that it’s a huge achievement to win this trophy and well deserved too. Although Geraint Thomas won it for his cycling abilities I think he must have wished he was a weightlifter.