what "sport" would you add?

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24/08/2004 at 13:10
any suggestions?

24/08/2004 at 13:13
Synchronised trampoline
24/08/2004 at 13:13
nude mud wrestling
24/08/2004 at 13:13
dominoes !
24/08/2004 at 13:14
egg and spoon
sack race
hanging a spoon on your nose
24/08/2004 at 13:16
thought syncro trampoline was already in ?
24/08/2004 at 13:17
synchronised farting
24/08/2004 at 13:27
3 day event farting - dressage - cross country
24/08/2004 at 13:30
road luge
downhill inline skating

24/08/2004 at 13:33
Sking - a brit might win when there's no snow
24/08/2004 at 13:45
shopping - definately a good one for Britain... in fact, it might be my olympic chance!!
Dustboy    pirate
24/08/2004 at 14:26

Bombing in the pool. Points for highest splash, most ornate splash pattern. Directional uniformity, redness of 4rse afterwards, sproinginess of beer gut from the board to the water.

Obviously, different weight classes apply.
24/08/2004 at 14:38
I do believe that the 'running bomb' is the highest level difficulty of any dive. Just that it soooo hard, none of the competitors ever feel up to its myriad challenges....
Dustboy    pirate
24/08/2004 at 14:43
Used to know a guy for that. Entered with legs at right angle to water at full pelt. Brought crooked arms forward for maximum effect in the bomb. Could send a plume of water 20 feet horizontally I swear.
24/08/2004 at 15:08
Cream cracker eating, pie eating, boiled egg eating and chocolate milkshake eating
24/08/2004 at 15:09
that would be chocolate milkshake drinking, actually :D
24/08/2004 at 15:14
one mile orange nose push (as seen a couple of days ago click here )
24/08/2004 at 15:19
that's fantastic!

but is that really an orange? now make him eat 3 cream crackers as he does it and we're onto a winner
24/08/2004 at 15:43
oranges would need to be tested for banned substances of course
24/08/2004 at 16:03
any sport that would encourage the mongs to restrict their Paula comments to any one of the myriad Paula threads instead of posting them all over the place
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