Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Gaelic Basketball

Gaelic football with a basket instead of a conversion.
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Gaelic football with a twist. Instead of uprights for a conversion, you have a basket for a slam-dunk. the gam is played on a wooden surface, and you can run with the ball, a lá Gaelic football, but after three paces, you must bounce, or pass the ball. Three points for basket/goal outside the key, one for inside.

[You bounce the ball, not yourself]

[ sctld ], Mar 03 2001


       You do realize this is an exact and completely pointless description of 'basketball'.
StarChaser, Mar 03 2001

       It's not a description of Basketball, because there is a ggoal at each and you can run with the ball for three paces, bounce, then run with the ball again.   

       [Hah,Hah,Hah,Hah,Hah, what was i laughing at?]
[ sctld ], Mar 04 2001

       I'll take this, but ONLY if the basket is relatively small. We don't need another sport where everybody thinks they can take the outside shot all the time. :)
pnewp, Mar 04 2001

       Forget it. I don't care.
StarChaser, Mar 10 2001


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