It was one of those moments where you almost know what was going to happen before it did.
In one particular training session in the Bath camp recently, I was engaging in a bit of banter with my old mucker Sam Vesty.
I told him that if he scored off the next play we were going to do, I would do anything he wanted me to the next day.
I watched in that type of slow motion that often accompanies you dropping a glass onto a concrete floor as Vesty threw a lovely dummy and ran in over the line.
He was laughing loudly as he dived in for a try.
In actual fact, there was a double movement as he crossed the line but seeing as we are yet to install a TMO at Farleight House where we train, I had to let him have it.
He got up pointing at me and laughing and pointing some more. He's not usually arrogant but on this occasion.....
Anyway, I always keep my side of a bargain and so the next day, I did as I promised.
I was expecting some sort of horror day, nipping into the city to pick him up a coffee or something.
But the major problem with Vesty resurfaced again. The big problem he has in life in that he is just too nice a guy.
When we finished morning training, the first thing I did was get him lunch. He was laughing again as I trudged off.
He had even put in some special requests about what he wanted which made sure I had to wait around while his needs were pandered to.
Then I went to get him his supplements and he sat there lapping it up.
I am not criticising him, I would have done the same if I had a mate as daft as me.
But that was it really. That's when it all ended.
There should have been some hilarious story to round off this blog.
But I didn't do anything else. Not a thing.
No dastardly deeds. No nothing. He's just too nice to be a professional rugby player that Vesty - he'll never make it!
On the pitch, we need to get back to winning ways after losing to Saracens at The Rec last week.
We have got Exeter this weekend in a local derby that usually produces a tasty clash.
Seeing as the whole of Devon is practically under water as I write this, I don't think it will be a game for the purists!
Find out where Bath sit in the Living Rugby Voltage rankings.