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Big Tennis has all the features and rules of 'regular'
except it's bigger.
The racquet experiences the most signifigant increase in
size, and now requires two players, using all four hands
to grip and wield its longer
handle and giant striking surface. This means that they
run around and totally co-ordinate their every
as if they are one entity.
Sharing of the racquet is extended to include special
double shoes, each of which is designed to contain a pair
of feet instead of the usual one foot. Players may opt to
share other items of attire, to ensure their co-ordinated
movements are more like that of one person with four
arms but two legs. (edited on my return from doc - meds
||I cannot think of anyone I've played tennis with, who I would
be comfortable sharing shorts with.
||I seldom allow practicalities to get in the way.
||The problem isn't the practicalities; it's impracticalities.
||Impractice makes imperfect.
||// meds increased slightly //
||Hmm... tennis while medicated.... heavily medicated...
might have some merit.
||//I cannot think of anyone I've played tennis with, who I
would be comfortable sharing shorts with.//
||Comfortable perhaps not.. but excited? certainly, though the
girls I've played tennis with that I'm dredging my memory for
(long time since I played tennis) probably don't look as
exciting now as when I last played with