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New Human Bowling

Use human pins and human balls
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Firstly, I have done a check for this already and this idea is different to the one in existance.

Invented by my brother and some friends with too much time and a school.

Note: This game requires helmets or a very soft floor to be safe

Anyway, the essence of the game is thus: You play normal bowling (same formation of pins) but of a huge scale.

The pins are people standing in those bins you find in schools or on streets, which are quite light and with the lid off and bag out go up to waist height. 10 people stand in these in a pyramid formation.

The balls are other people sitting on swivel chairs with wheels whom the remaining people propel at the pins whilst spinning around, often 2 at a time.

This game can be done with a structured 1 turn each two players and counting the scores or just until someone gets bored/seriously injured.

Trust me, fun for hours!

Germanicus, Jun 15 2005

Takeshi's castle - The first half of this or so http://homepage.ntl...kempthorne/Takeshi/
Click Main Games, Images and look under "Skittles" [hidden truths, Jun 15 2005]

Zorbing http://images.googl...afe=off&sa=N&tab=wi
Looks like quite the barrel of laughs [hidden truths, Jun 18 2005]


       The first half of this idea, the bit about the pins is already half-baked (worryingly) in the japanese TV show Takeshi's castle. No dirty unsanitary bins either.
hidden truths, Jun 15 2005

       Did you break anything?
wagster, Jun 15 2005

       Not yet but we're just waiting...
Germanicus, Jun 16 2005

       By the way [Hidden], i've never seen Takeshi's Castle but that is quite a worrying link.
Germanicus, Jun 16 2005

       No zorbing, then?
st3f, Jun 16 2005

       Fraid not, but the sight of someone on a swivel chair flying down the street/corridor/hill is priceless and well worth it.
Germanicus, Jun 16 2005

       I think some channels make you pay extra for the sport that involves humans getting rammed with human balls. Would the sport also show the extraction of these balls on TV as well? I feel that this would also appeal to yet another demographic.
sartep, Jun 17 2005

       Sounds like something that my friends and I would do. Another cheap amusing game is throwing sticky heart decorations at the wall or at each other. We have spent many sad Friday nights doing that.
hobbitcoat, Jun 17 2005

       It sounds like something they'd do on Jackass.
Machiavelli, Jun 17 2005

       What you really need is a giant, man-sized hamster ball - it might only work going down a hill though. And i think sealing people inside the bins would be a heck of a lot funner - dont see the ball coming (and dont get thrown out of the bin)
CombatChuck, Jun 17 2005

       The idea of the hamster-ball was what st3f was talking about earlier. See link.
hidden truths, Jun 18 2005

       Nice, I guess the game could be played with zorbing instead of swivel chairs but then again, when's the last time you saw plenty of zorbs lying around in a public school? Half the point of the game is that it can be played anywhere and everywhere.
Germanicus, Jun 18 2005

       //The pins are people standing in those bins you find in schools or on streets, which are quite light and with the lid off and bag out go up to waist height.//   

       Now that's no way to treat the homeless, is it? (Honestly I have no idea whether you're referring to people, cardboard cutouts, or balloons...)
RayfordSteele, Jun 19 2005

       I read this as bowling new humans - thank god their bones are still soft.
shapu, Jun 20 2005

       //humans getting rammed with human balls// [sartep], that annotation was wicked funny--I almost spit.
baconbrain, Jun 21 2005

       Takeshi's Castle is aired in America, under a different title, "most extreme challenge" or something like that.
daseva, Jun 21 2005

       MXC on Spike TV, redubbed with an hysterically funny sports commentary. My favorite show--no, the only show I'll watch.
baconbrain, Jun 21 2005

       Very sorry for deleting that link but it honestly disturbed me.
Germanicus, Jun 24 2005


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