Wonderful game: only unexpected, there is nothing incomparable

Phone Booth Fight

  Fifty years ago, Life magazine published a photo of the St. Mary’s School Phone Booth Competition, which is still very popular today. In March 2009, students from a school in California, USA, were inspired by this photo and held a telephone booth contest on the campus. This ridiculous competition compares how many players can fit in a small phone booth. In the end, these students reached the record of 22 people held in 1959, but they never broke the previous record reached by a South African team in 1958. The best record of 25 people.
Office chair sliding competition

  Germany has held three office chair competitions to raise money for charity. In April 2011, the third office chair competition was held. Contestants wear helmets and knee pads and other protective measures, sit on their own “cars”-office chairs, and slide at the fastest speed. The first to reach the finish is the champion of the competition.
Play basketball on a donkey

  In May 2009, Iowa, USA, held an extraordinary basketball tournament on donkey riding, which was to perform basketball skills on a donkey. The scene was very funny. It is reported that this game aroused strong dissatisfaction from animal protection organizations.
Throw away your beloved phone

  Are you willing to throw away your beloved cell phone? Finland holds a mobile phone throwing competition every year, giving mobile phone users a rare opportunity to “vent the worries and disappointments brought by mobile phones.” In August 2012, in the annual mobile phone throwing competition held in Finland, a Finnish teenager Erin Karjalainen threw his mobile phone an astonishing 101.46 meters away and won the championship. Of course, the mobile phone he threw was also broken to pieces.
Glide, mattress

  The annual mattress sliding competition in the United States attracts many young people who like excitement and charity to participate every year. The competition venue of the Mattress Skating Competition is set on a snow slope. The players have to sit on inflatable mattresses and slide down the snow slope. Whoever reaches the finish line first is the winner. Regardless of the rules of the game, it is simple to say, it is never easy to maintain balance on a fast sliding mattress. Most of the contestants did not come here with the idea of ​​winning big prizes. People wanted to be able to have fun while doing something for those in need. All registration fees for this competition will be donated to a charity organization to provide free furniture and household items to people in need.
Throw the toilet hard

  In the Netherlands, some villages and towns hold toilet throwing competitions for fun. In May 2012, Dutch Crown Prince William Alexander took part in the traditional toilet throwing competition in the small eastern village of Reenen and won the championship, but he himself was very ashamed of this. “There are still 2.6 billion people in the world who don’t have the most basic type of toilet. Living facilities, I am very ashamed of this.” However, the organizer of the toilet throw contest Jacob Bittenhuis did not buy into the “self-review” of Prince Alexander. He thought the statement of the crown prince was “very naive.”
Heavy taste “human organs” baking contest

  In October 2012, on the occasion of Halloween, doctors from four medical schools in the UK held an “anatomy” theme baking contest. Although these works look nauseous, they are delicious pastries and drinks baked and prepared with delicious raw materials such as chocolate, cream and fresh fruits. This allows people to gain a popularization of pathology knowledge while enjoying delicious food.