My good friend Tim Gilles just discovered that “Ball Busting” sessions are nothing new. I’m sure he was just kidding and probably knows 100X more about this stuff than all of us put together but I wanted to remind him of a term called “Flyting”.

Flyting is a ritual, poetic exchange of insults practiced mainly between the 5th and 16th centuries. The root is the Old English word flītan meaning quarrel (from Old Norse word flyta meaning provocation). Examples of flyting are found throughout Norse, Anglo-Saxon and Medieval literature involving both historical and mythological figures. The exchanges would become extremely provocative, often involving accusations of cowardice or sexual perversion.

Basically – We didn’t invent flinging crap my friend. Maybe just doing it on the Internot. Love ya. Ho Ho Ho XOXOXOX