Mig brought out the big guns — the BFGs, if you will (you won't) — and put Jessica in a grimy, squalid corner. We have certainly come a long way from our monomaniacal kitties and fuzzy pup-pups and rainbows and shit.
I was right there behind her, shouting FINISH HIM, but she could've gone any number of directions with this, her final volley. She could've, perhaps, gone BABALITY and transformed Mig into a cute little baby, similar to the one that holds my cash and credit cards. Or maybe she could've gone with FRIENDSHIP and just high-fived her opponent, or given him a too-long hug.
But no. She plunged her mouse-strengthened hand into Mig's body, pulled out his spine and showed it to him. What began as an innocent sparring between good friends has become a horrifying bloodbath, sickening to behold.
Now it has fallen upon Mig to deliver his final rebuttal, spine in hand. I don't know about you, but I am absolutely, spectacularly tumescent with anticipation.
Play by play commentary for this match is provided, as it happens, by Joshua Allen.
Congratulations to Mig Reyes, Layer Tennis Season 3 Champion.
Thanks to all the players, commentators and fans who made Season Three of Layer Tennis a big success. And thanks to the crew at Goodby Silverstein & Partners and all the folks at Adobe Creative Suite for making it possible. Watch this space (or sign up for Season Tickets or follow us on Twitter) for news about some special exhibition matches being planned and about Season 4.
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