Bonk Jokes

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Bonk Jokes is a lineup player for the Yellowstone Magic, and has been with the team since Season 10, Day 39.

Official League Records

Jokes joined the ILB as a hitter for the Yellowstone Magic on Season 10, Day 39 after the incineration of Annie Roland.

During the Coffee Cup, Jokes played for the Light & Sweet Electric Co. as a pitcher.

On Season 21, Day 95, Jokes retreated to the Magic's Shadows in exchange for Halexandrey Walton at Yellowstone National (Ball)Park via the Ratified Voicemail.

During the Season 21 Elections, Jokes received Alternate and Negative when the Magic were blessed with Shadow Alternate Trust. As a result of becoming an alternate, Jokes's stats were randomized.

On Season 22, Day 49, Jokes joined the Magic's lineup in exchange for Bones Piazza at the Yellowstone National (Ball)Park via the Ratified Voicemail.

During the Season 22 elections, Jokes lost the Negative modification as a result of the Roster Flip blessing.

The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.

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Bonk Jokes is rumored to be the former host of the infamous Hlockey mascot Gritty, feared menace and patron saint of the Philadelphia greater metropolitan area. It is unknown how or why the host of a Hlockey mascot would travel hundreds of miles and challenge the Laws Immateria to instead play blaseball, or what happened to Gritty's ████. However, following the ████ of 20██, the hand of Gritty was felt throughout Philadelphia, resting uncomfortably on the shoulders of each resident. These dates and events are known to roughly correspond to the signature of Bonk Jokes to the Yellowstone Magic as a replacement hitter in the event of an incineration.

Some fans theorize that Bonk represents a union of the many souls that once fueled Gritty's apotheosis, but Jokes seems uninterested in answering such queries, or is perhaps too internally conflicted to formulate an answer that might satisfy the majority of them.

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