Look! It is ‘El Tall One’ himself!
Blog Guy, can you please settle a bet with my pedicurist’s pest control guy?
Sure. I’m just here to settle bets. What’s up?
It’s about bullfighting, and I know you wrote the book on that. The cockroach man says bullfighters tend to be short, like jockeys, but I think they’re much taller. Who’s right?
I’m afraid cockroach man is right. I believe the average height of a living matador is only 3’6″, and many of the dead ones are even shorter.
Wow. Guess I owe him $20,000. Are there any exceptions to that?
Only one, who goes by the colorful name of “El Tall One.” As you can see here in these pictures, he’s a towering 5’8″. He has built his whole career around his incredible height.
Hold on. Wait a second, Blog Guy. This is SO bogus. That dimwit is just riding on the shoulders of another dude!
Hey, pal, could you shut up and show a little sensitivity? The folks who go to watch displays of animal cruelty for amusement aren’t the sharpest knives in the drawer, so if this fools them, let it go.
But I find this pathetic! How many other matadors are duping their feeble-minded fans with novelty gimmicks?
You mean aside from “El Magical Flying One,” who bounces across the bull ring on a pogo stick?
Spanish bullfighter Francisco Rivera Ordonez “Paquirri” is carried on the shoulders of a assistant after a victorious “Corrida Goyesca” bullfight in Ronda, southern Spain, September 4, 2010. In the annual “Corrida Goyesca” fight in Ronda’s historic bullring the bullfighters wear costumes from the era of 18th Century painter Francisco Goya. REUTERS photos by Jon Nazca