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Tall-Ball

The less balance they have, the more hilarious it is when they fall
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A regular game of football,

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But with stilts attached.

Night, Apr 07 2007

they are working on it... http://www.superdai....com/poweriser.html
[xandram, Apr 08 2007]

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       That and luge-basketball.
MaxwellBuchanan, Apr 08 2007
  

       pogo-stilts would be even better
xaviergisz, Apr 08 2007
  

       you've got this all wrong... Midget pole vaulting (with regulation poles)
bleh, Apr 08 2007
  

       Or volley ball with all players standing on their heads. They play with bare feet and prehensile tails (if they are lucky enough to have them).
JSand, Apr 08 2007
  

       Something about football on stilts cries out for a broad distributions of marbles on the playing floor.
pathetic, Apr 09 2007
  

       Is this American Football? Or Rest-of-the-whole-damn-world Football.
Galbinus_Caeli, Apr 09 2007
  

       Either, seems to me.
DrCurry, Apr 09 2007
  

       Either I suppose, but you should look at the category it's under.   

       [Pathetic] your name does not reflect your ideas.
Night, Apr 09 2007
  

       I think golf on horseback would be... wait, never mind.
phundug, Apr 09 2007
  

       It would work if the stilts were like the ones the sheetrock men and siding men use on construction...about three or so feet high....but even better would be with the "roo-stilts" that give really bouncy strides over ten feet long and you can jump really high. Keep the "Broken Leg Balm" handy, though.
Blisterbob, Apr 09 2007
  
      
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