A sport developed by workers at a small town cinema. It involves barefooted contestants running and sliding in a rain filled parking lot gully, and is scored mostly by distance and style. It has since been expanded to include divisions involving ice, grass, mud, and various other friction-reducing substances; however, slickfooting refers mainly to the original parking lot contests.
Slickfooting is considered an extreme sport, because the atheletes are almost always injured.
by Master Patagon November 06, 2006