This funny Lord Of The Pins mug is perfect for any avid bowler. Makes a great gift for the bowler in your life. Whether you're drinking your morning coffee, evening tea, or something in between – this mug's for you! It's sturdy and glossy with a vivid print that'll withstand the microwave and dishwasher.
• 11 oz mug dimensions: 3.85″ (9.8 cm) in height, 3.35″ (8.5 cm) in diameter
• 15 oz mug dimensions: 4.7″ (12 cm) in height, 3.35″ (8.5 cm) in diameter
• Dishwasher and microwave safe
• Blank product sourced from China
The Lord Of The Pins
Bowlbo celebrates his 111th birthday at the Shire Bowling Alley without inviting Framo Biggins, his cousin. Neither fellow is aware of the bowling alley’s nature, but the old fogie Goodolf realizes that it is a bowling alley of low quality. Seventeen years later, Goodolf tells Framo that he has confirmed that the bowling alley is the one owned and operated by the Dark Lord Suntanlotion long ago and counsels him not to go the Shire Bowling Alley for his birthday. As they leave, Goodolf promises to return for Framo's birthday party and buy him a free game, but fails to do so.
Framo sets out on a scooter, looking for a better bowling alley in Crinkfollow, accompanied by his gardener, Jam Magee, and his cousin, Tippin Pook. They are pursued by mysterious hoodlems, but meet a passing group of elderly women led by Marge. The fellows spend the night bowling with them, at the roadside, one lane bowling alley of Flaming Maggots. When they reach the bowling alley at Crinkfollow, they find a luxurious 18 lane bowling alley, complete with bar and arcade. They decide to challenge some other folks to a friendly competition. Tippin gets smoked by Old Man Willow, an old guy who hangs out at the alley, but manages to beat the mysterious Bom BadTom. Leaving, they are caught by a freak storm. Framo, awakening from the lightning strike he took to the head, manages to call Bom BadTom, who equips him with an ancient magic bowling ball.
The group then travel to the village of Beer, where they encounter a stranger named Striker. The innkeeper gives Framo a letter from Goodolf written three months before which identifies Striker as a friend. Striker leads the group into town. At the Lanes of Weathertop, they are bowling again when Framo discovers he is bowling with a cursed ball. Striker bowls a perfect game. Framo is pissed; Striker buys him some nachos to help smooth things over.