Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Paintball for Pay

The ever-changing artwork that is paintball
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You've all heard of that neo-modern whatever artwork that basically looks like someone had a paintball fight with a piece of canvas.

Fill paintball ammo with real paint (none of that wash off stuff, now) and stage a fight in corridors lined with canvas. Once enough games have been played, strip off the canvas and sell on Ebay.

People will buy it. You know they will. Some people will buy anything...

DesertFox, Jun 21 2006

this seems very similar http://paintballbynumbers.com/#
[xandram, Jun 21 2006]

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       cool idea
jabberbox, Jun 21 2006
  

       would be good for car paint as well.
tcarson, Jun 21 2006
  

       One could teach chimps how to play. I bet they would have a blast. Plus it would enable you to charge more.
bungston, Jun 21 2006
  

       Once taught how to play, it would be interesting to see whether chimps would play paintball.   

       I can't see the appeal of paintball, and I am chimp-like in many other respects.
Texticle, Jun 22 2006
  

       Are the chimps wearing helmets? Will the chimps realize that it's just a game and not go beserk as hell when they get tagged? Will they have to pay $25 per head for a game?
notmarkflynn, Jun 22 2006
  

       non washable paintballs came out before the washable ones. You need paint thinner to take them out. They are used to mark trees and livestock
vmaldia, Jul 25 2006
  

       [vmaldia], it used to be that you'd need to have turpentine parties after a day of play just to get all of the paint out.
tcarson, Jul 25 2006
  
      
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