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camelstoe
02 Jan 10 23:21
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in your opinion!! either yes or no answers please..

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By:
Doyler1987
When: 02 Jan 10 23:23
Yes.
By:
shergarburger
When: 02 Jan 10 23:23
no
By:
Fait le jojo
When: 02 Jan 10 23:23
more than cricket, u can play darts when its rainin,
you puffs
By:
Fait le jojo
When: 02 Jan 10 23:25
ooooooooooh i cant go out in a drizzle
By:
d13phe
When: 02 Jan 10 23:26
they wouldnt play darts if the barrel went off
By:
Doyler1987
When: 02 Jan 10 23:28
Is fishing a sport?
By:
aston
When: 02 Jan 10 23:47
It must be a sport cos its on sky sports 1. Eastenders is not a sport.
By:
aston
When: 02 Jan 10 23:49
Sport is an activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively. Sports commonly refer to activities where the physical capabilities of the competitor are the sole or primary determinant of the outcome (winning or losing), but the term is also used to include activities such as mind sports (a common name for some card games and board games with little to no element of chance) and motor sports where mental acuity or equipment quality are major factors. Sport is commonly defined as an organized, competitive and skillful physical activity requiring commitment and fair play. Some view sports as differing from games based on the fact that there are usually higher levels of organization and profit (not always monetary) involved in sports. Accurate records are kept and updated for most sports at the highest levels, while failures and accomplishments are widely announced in sport news.

The term sports is sometimes extended to encompass all competitive activities in which offense and defense are played, regardless of the level of physical activity. Both games of skill and motor sport exhibit many of the characteristics of physical sports, such as skill, sportsmanship, and at the highest levels, even professional sponsorship associated with physical sports.

Sports that are subjectively judged are distinct from other judged activities such as beauty pageants and bodybuilding shows, because in the former the activity performed is the primary focus of evaluation, rather than the physical attributes of the contestant as in the latter (although "presentation" or "presence" may also be judged in both activities).

Sports are most often played just for fun or for the simple fact that people need exercise to stay in good physical condition.

Although they do not always succeed, sports participants are expected to display good sportsmanship, standards of conduct such as being respectful of opponents and officials, and congratulating the winner when losing.

Hope that clears it up.
By:
cunnybobbler
When: 02 Jan 10 23:51
is w@nking a sport? if so i suspect alot of people on here are in training for the olympics.
By:
d13phe
When: 02 Jan 10 23:51
therefore marriage is a sport?
By:
ramone
When: 02 Jan 10 23:52
Wrong forum
By:
mafeking
When: 03 Jan 10 00:15
seems unique in that middle aged blokes can dominate. odd when you consider so much hand eye coordination and precision is required to find such a small target.
By:
Max and Paddy
When: 03 Jan 10 00:16
d13phe 03 Jan 00:51
therefore marriage is a sport?

mafeking 03 Jan 01:15
so much hand eye coordination and precision is required to find such a small target.


Are you talking about marriage as well?
By:
cunnybobbler
When: 03 Jan 10 00:20
middle aged men dominate cos they put in the practice, cos theyve achieved a degree of success from it. not many younger guys would want to spend hours every day playing darts.
By:
mafeking
When: 03 Jan 10 00:52
lol max. seriously though take snooker that other great unathletic sport surely there's much more margin for error there and yet pretty sure there hasn't been a world champion over 35 in modern times.
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