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Underwater Marshmallow Stacking

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Since marshmallows float, I propose a new sport: Underwater Marshmallow Stacking.

2 teams of two take turns trying to develop the tallest (greatest depth) of marshmallow stack possible. Variables such as powdered-sugar/cornstarch dissolving and currents put an air of danger and suspense into a sport that ordinarily would be as exciting as watching paint dry.

Televised with underwater cameras, and coming soon to an ESPN X-Games episode near you.

Cedar Park, Oct 09 2003

Underwater Marshmallow Stack http://www.cedarpar...ges/marshmallow.htm
Definately an 'amateur-size' stack here. [Cedar Park, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2005]

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       One variation would be giving style points for stacking an Eiffel Tower or a Golden Gate Bridge.
FarmerJohn, Oct 09 2003
  

       Don't do this anywhere near Slidell, LA - the swamp tour operators there have trained the local 'gators to eat marshmallows... Seems the marshmallows are desirable as they're easy to see (for tourists and critters) and they float without thrashing about (unlike tourists). It's kind of incredible to watch a 14 foot monster go for a fluffy sugar treat, actually. I want to return and see how they react to Peeps.
Don Quixote, Oct 09 2003
  

       Can't be any less exciting than golf.
phoenix, Oct 09 2003
  

       The tour guide *did* suggest that we avoid collecting golf balls on Louisiana courses. Something about the 'gators using bait...
Don Quixote, Oct 09 2003
  

       So cute!
phundug, Oct 10 2003
  

       Mmmm, underwater marshmallow stockings.
k_sra, Oct 10 2003
  

       Not sure if it would work in reality, but you get a bun for the drawing.
simonj, Mar 28 2004
  

       stockings under marsh water?
eyeguy, Mar 29 2004
  

       I like this.
DesertFox, Nov 29 2005
  
      
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