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

Beat up opposing players if they are on your turf
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This idea was given to me by a very good friend of mine. I wanted to see how other people responded to it. Here it goes. During a football game (college or pro, doesn't matter), if after a play, a player ends up on the opponents sideline, they should be allowed to, quote, "beat the sh*t out of him" as long as he's over there. I like it, as long as the guy getting the beating is on the other team.
ReeseIUB, Dec 03 2003


       Can this be adapted to chess tounaments? Kick him in the pawns!
Captain_Ignorant, Dec 03 2003

       As if soccer stands needed more incitement.
RayfordSteele, Dec 03 2003

       Yes, let the athletes beat each other up while lazy people like me watch on telly. Ideally, clubs and axes could be used to cause permanent damage. Power to the lazy!
dobtabulous, Dec 03 2003

       Baked by Ohio State coach Woody Hayes during the 1978 Gator Bowl.
krelnik, Dec 03 2003

       how about if those players unfortunate enough to end up on the wrong sidelines were taken prisioner and held for a given amount of time, resulting in a football version of hockey's "powerplay"
luecke, Dec 03 2003

       Until a 'medic' from the other team can cross the field DURING a play, and tag his outstretched hand to bring him back over to your side
Letsbuildafort, Dec 03 2003


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