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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Who can tell the difference between a good and bad badminton match?

    Does this mean that badminton will be replaced by an even lamer sport? My oldest daughter loves to play tag. Maybe that could be an Olympic sport, if it isn't already. This, of course, leads to speculation on sports that either are now or ought to be considered as a replacement for badminton:

    • Pin the tail on the donkey
    • Musical chairs
    • Frisbee golf
    • Dodgeball
    • Alligator wrestling
    • Mud wrestling
    • Pole dancing (Women only)
    • Synchronized pole dancing (Women only)
    • Dirt diving
    • Bronco Busting
    • Bull riding
    • Sheep sheering
    • Demolition derby
    • Running the gauntlet
    I was leaning more toward real BBQ sports like horseshoes, lawn darts, and beer pong.
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    Seriously, they get rid of softball and baseball because only a few teams are dominant in those sports(basically the US, Cuba, Japan, Netherlands) but the events where nothing but Asian teams dominate continue to exist. Really. Not to mention that any sport that is capable of being played while holding a beer without spilling it really isn't a sport. I mean, remember when there was talk about putting ballroom dancing in the Olympics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Who can tell the difference between a good and bad badminton match?

    Does this mean that badminton will be replaced by an even lamer sport? My oldest daughter loves to play tag. Maybe that could be an Olympic sport, if it isn't already. This, of course, leads to speculation on sports that either are now or ought to be considered as a replacement for badminton:

    • Pin the tail on the donkey
    • Musical chairs
    • Frisbee golf
    • Dodgeball
    • Alligator wrestling
    • Mud wrestling
    • Pole dancing (Women only)
    • Synchronized pole dancing (Women only)
    • Dirt diving
    • Bronco Busting
    • Bull riding
    • Sheep sheering
    • Demolition derby
    • Running the gauntlet
    What is the difference between regular pole dancing and synchronized pole dancing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    What is the difference between regular pole dancing and synchronized pole dancing?
    Two girls, two poles.

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    Last edited by Odysseus; 08-06-2012 at 05:23 PM.
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