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LacrOffice

A sport, not unlike lacrosse, played in the arena of your office
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LacOffice requires:

rolling office chairs

dust pans

waste baskets

The object of LacrOffice is to deposit a ball of paper in your opponents' waste paper basket. You may not touch the "ball" with anything other than your dust pan or your mouth.

You may not get out of your wheeled office chair. The definition of "off chair" is open to interpretation. I suggest that at least 2 points of contact must always be made with the chair.

Rules regarding crease violations (too close to the basket when scoring) and goal tending (defender too close to his own goal so as to make scoring impossible) would depend on the layout of the office.

snikrepkire, Apr 21 2004

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snikrepkire, Apr 26 2004
  

       // dust pans //   

       But what if the janitor's closet is locked? Anyway, +. Bonus points for shooting a basket over a cubicle wall?
phundug, Apr 26 2004
  

       //onus points for shooting a basket over a cubicle wall?// Do what you like, it's your arena and your rules. Actually, I just thought of a variation on the game:   

       Golffice   

       I'm a disc golfer and I've never played laCrosse, so I don't know why I didn't come up with Golffice first...
snikrepkire, Apr 26 2004
  
      
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