Two enterprising ex-lawyers are risking their livelihoods to reinvent a centuries-old Spanish tradition for thrill-seeking weekend warriors. But what are the long-term prospects for a venture that relies on its customers getting trampled by large, angry animals?
Get your finest gazunder ready — it’s time for some goddang dwile flonking.
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Letting tractors run over you? Carrying bricks with your teeth? Balancing plows on your mouth? This ain’t London or Rio, friends.
Sure, at the Olympics you can see sports like handball, trampoline and race walking, but even those sports don’t compare to some of the fantastic and strange sports of the world. Here are ten sports that aren’t a part of the Olympics that we kind of wish were featured.
Seems pretty accurate to me.
Who needs legit sports when you’ve got the shin-kicking Olympics? Held in Gloucester, England, the rules are very basic: Kick your opponent’s shins until he falls to the ground. Let the games begin!
Toe-wrestling: every bit as gripping (sorry) as you’d think. (Plus it has sole. Sorry, again.)
It’s called “Fierljeppen”, which translates as “far jumping”. It looks both dangerous and difficult.
Semi-trucks carry some strange cargo. Sure, you think it’s all retail goods but then it flips over and out spills 14 million BEES.
Turns out that bully in second grade was just preparing for a career in “Shin Kicking”. Half of these sound like they were made up by drunken suburbanites.
This has to be the worst contest ever. The last cowboy to set down his cards and leave the table wins. It’s all fun and games until they release the bull.
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When surfing at the beach just isn’t enough to get your adrenaline pumping, now you can surf waves of raw sewage instead! Whatever happened to good clean fun?
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As the national pastime of China is essentially “winning gold medals,” it makes sense that they host a Peasant Olympics. The 6th Annual Peasant Games included competitions for such tasks as carrying water and storing grain. Notes the state news agency: “The games for the peasants place more emphasis on recreation and less on the results.”
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