Because we're fascinated by bets with an elected official whose last name is a snack food brand, Gothamist wants to take a moment ot consider Mayor Bloomberg's "friendly wager" during the Angels-Yankees series with Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle. Mayor Bloomberg announced what NYC will send over if (IF!) the Yankees lose:

I hear Anaheim is lovely this time of year, but is there anything better than October baseball at Yankee Stadium? This year's team is like all the great Yankee teams - they never quit. But if, on account of some fluke, or owing to some fallen angel, Anaheim comes out on top, I will send some of New York's best to the people of Anaheim, including two dozen hot dogs from Nathan's Famous, two pounds each of pastrami, corned beef and brisket, three loaves of jumbo seedless rye bread and two pounds of mustard from Katz's Deli, and two Pizza alla Vodka pies from Goodfella's Brick Oven Pizza and Pasta. And for dessert, one 2.5 gallon container of Lemon Ice from the Lemon Ice King of Corona and plenty of cake from Parrilla Latina.

So, basically, if the Angels win, Mayor Bloomberg wants Mayor Pringle to have a heart attack. Mayor Pringle (it's almost as good as Mayor McCheese!) says that Anaheim will turn over :

- A crate of Anaheim chili peppers
- A crate of Sunkist California oranges
- Merchandise from Disneyland's 50th Anniversary, including a pair of golden Mickey Mouse ears
- An autographed script from Fox Broadcasting Co.'s hit show "The OC"
- A surfboard from Huntington Beach-based Jack's Surfboards
- A Halo Hybrid Utility Club from Cleveland Golf in Huntington Beach
- $50 in gift certificates from Anaheim-based Pacific Sunwear
- Surf apparel from Newport Beach-based Toes on the Nose
- Sunglasses from San Juan Capistrano-based Hoven Sunglasses
- Swimwear from Newport Beach-based Tyler Rose Swimwear
- A gift basket from Orange County-based Diedrich's Coffee
- A case of boysenberry jam and a bucket of Mrs. Knott's chicken from Knott's Berry Farm

This is like a big FU, implying that we have no sun and beachy good times and can't sing have a theme song by Phantom Planet. Gothamist wonders who gets the swimwear and surfboard when NYC will collect the booty - we really don't want to be forced into seeing some Mayor B photo op where he's in swimwear...though wiping out on a surfboard is another matter entirely. And will his staff act from The O.C. script - clearly, Mayor B would be Caleb Nichols.

The Yankees won last night's game; tonight 's game is at 10PM.