Bracket of Completely Random Things That Aren’t Related in Any Way: Dusk Region, Round 1

Time to decide 2015's greatest random thing of all!

[ the link for voting is at the bottom ]
[ see the Toaster Over Region here | see the Ennui Region here ]

16 — walking a lizard on a leash

vs.

1 — elbows

Walking a lizard on a leash is when someone takes a lizard for a walk on a leash as though the lizard is a dog.

Elbows are the joints in the middle of the arms of primates, including humans, that allows them to hinge.


9 — scrapple

vs.

8 — Steve Stricker

Scrapple is a mush of pork scraps mixed with cornmeal and spices.

Steve Stricker is a professional golfer.


5 — salmon

vs.

12 — women named “Carol”

Salmon is a kind of fish.

Women named “Carol” are women named “Carol”.


4 — Third Amendment

vs.

13 — cable TV airings of “The Shawshank Redemption”

The Third Amendment is the Third Amendment to the United States Constitution, which prohibits the government from forcing citizens to quarter troops.

Cable TV airings of “The Shawshank Redemption” is when the movie “The Shawshank Redemption” is aired on cable television.


6 — just chillin’

vs.

11 — fat Germans

Just chillin’ is when a person just relaxes and doesn’t really do anything.

Fat Germans are German people who are overweight.


3 — Mike’s Hard Lemonade

vs.

14 — graphic novels

Mike’s Hard Lemonade is a brand of alcoholic beverage made with lemonade flavoring and unflavored malt liquor.

Graphic novels are novels that are produced with the classic look of comic books.


7 — Missy Elliott

vs.

10 — bed and breakfasts

Missy Elliott is a singer, songwriter, rapper and producer.

Bed and breakfasts are hotels, usually found in homes, that offer lodging and breakfast.


15 — La Niña

vs.

2 — freedom

La Niña is the band of warm ocean water that develops in the central and east-central equatorial Pacific that affects weather across North, Central and South America.

Freedom is the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restrain.