Tuesday, May 04, 2004
It turns out that the common household Bag Bag has properties, which, when properly put to play, lead inevitably to the creation of many funly volleyball-, basketball-, and soccer-like experiences.
Not only is is light enough for pain-free-hitting while being heavy enough to manifest comparatively impressive athletic prowess, it also makes a cool noise when you hit it.
Also, because removing a bag or two from the Bag Bag usually does little to impede the resultant Bag Bag's playworthiness, the Bag Bag becomes a resource for yet more bag-based sports, from Bag Bag Bagball (basketball played with a Bag Bag with bags for baskets) to Hoseball Bag Tag, where everyone has a bag tied to a belt loop on the back of their pants, and a Hoseball or Sockball, and, while trying to keep others from throwing their Hose- or Sockball into their bags, attempt to get their sock-thing into someone else's bag. For no particular reason.