Activity that results when two males and a small spheroid object are placed in a kitchen.

Two opposing doors or chairs serve as goals. A tennis ball is recommended as it requires a degree of skill to control and causes less damage to fragile kitchen objects.

When the ball disappears under the table, possesion should switch. A maximum of five goals should be allowed in the game to avoid excessive collatoral damage.

Usually, these games begin lightheartedly but can develop into full scale conflict. The players will become sweaty and should shower. Post-match analysis can be conducted in front of TV.

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