Hey to all of you. I am thinking about paintball, because it is a great way to purge frustration and it is really a whole lot of fun. Unless of coarse, your grown daughter shoots you "in" the ear.
Would you say paintball should be under the outdoor games catagory or the outdoor sports catagory? I will appreciate any and all feedback on this.
I hear they want to include pole dancing in the Olympics
You guys are great. I'm looking foreward to a lot more of this. Thank you!
oops...my vote Is still paintball is a sport
my OCD compelled me to point out [sic]hobbie
Depends on how active your friends playing it are!
But I would say Sport!
Well, they are very active. I have 27 heavily wooded mountain acres and these "kids" are bikers. We changed the rules around a bit so it is a lot like fighting an army of zombies. It really is an "active sport". Thank you for your wonderful input.
On a personal level, it could be either. However, if you have ever played paintball you know how strenuous and athletic it can be. Since there are organized teams, tournaments and even pro tours, I think it would have to be considered a sport.
Bird watching is an outdoor hobby.
I usually describe this as a sport, because there's quite a lot of rules of play
A hobby if it's just for fun. A sport if you play with the same people or compete. I think it could fall under both.
And China tried to make video games an Olympic sport but was denied. I was rooting for that one.
Sport is defined as a "Physical activity that is governed by a set of rules or customs and often engaged in competitively." My vote is definitely sport.
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