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How to Flip a Table

Flipping a table is so simple, that you do it anywhere!

MLB by Alison Fayre is licensed under CC BY 2.0

How to Flip a Table


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Flipping a table is lots of fun. Whether you’re in an old western saloon, or you’re in your basement by yourself, there’s nothing more fun than those few seconds of furniture flight. So I thought I’d let you in on a few secrets of mine.

So the first thing you want to do is find a table. It doesn’t have to be a nice table, just a flat surface with four or more legs. For reference, a table with three legs is a stool, a table with two legs is a tray, and a table with one leg is… well that’s a stand I guess? Anyway, once you find the table you’re going to flip, grab one side of the table and then look at this tweet:

Well, well, well, would you look at that! That table’s been flipped! See, it’s simple! All you need to do is find a table, grab hold of it and look at this tweet:

Wow, look at you go! Flipping tables like a boss! Not the boss of the MLB Rob Manfred, though! He can’t flip a table, because he’s going to need it when he’s negotiating health and safety guidelines for the upcoming league, instead of just talking about money.

AW MAN! WHERE DID THAT TABLE COME FROM?! COME ON! You can’t just drop a Passan tweet on me like that. Whenever I see a Passan tweet lately, my fingers start to twitch and the sweet smell of IKEA wafts under my nose and then without warning…

Here’s the thing, you guys, I simply don’t care anymore. Major League Baseball is careening for disaster and with a new CBA on the horizon, I’d rather they shut it down and focus on that. This is absurd. Just give me LeBron in Disney World and we’ll regroup for next spring.

That’s it. I’m out of tables.

See you all next year.

Justin Colombo is a 2017 Broadway Show Softball League All-Star at 3B/SS. He's essentially the Manny Machado of the Kinky Boots team. Justin has been writing about Baseball since he was a little kid. Now that being an actor in NYC has given him a lot of free time, in 2015 he decided to take his passion public and founded Three Up, Three Down as a way to express his love for the game. From there, Three Up, Three Down grew from a hobby to an obsession. After years of growth and one insult from MLB's Historian, Justin launched The Turf, a way to expand into all areas of the sporting world. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter. LET'S. GO. METS.

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