I remember now, the 2-bounce variety was Malaysian.
I remember playing Throwball during recess in grade school.
Throwball is played exactly like baseball, except you use one of those playground-type balls you’d find at schools, and no bat or pitcher. You’d just stand at home plate with the ball and throw it where you wanted to. From that point on, the rules were the same as baseball.
Doesn’t sound like much, but it was actually a lot of fun, as you could get a bit strategic as to where you threw the ball. The size of the ball prevented you from throwing it very far, but because you had control over exactly where the ball went, you could easily make first base, and second pretty frequently. Home runs were rare.
Aside from certain tech things, it seems like a lot of the stuff that was popular when I was kid, is popular again… like right now popular. Even Jelly Shoes.
I blew out my flip flop
Stepped on a pop top
Cut my heel had to cruise on back home.
The definitive ‘what I remember that shows my age’?
Kings in Satan’s Service or Knights in Satan’s Service, and would we ever know what they really looked like???
Hey that reminds me, remember when Adidas meant ‘All Day I Dream About Sex’?
And the reverse, of course.
Sex All Day Is Definitely American.
Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away