The art of teabag escapading consists of variations of several outdoor sports adpated to be played indoors with limited equipment. Essentially, a freshly squeezed teabag(preferable of the herbal variety as they do not stain)is tied tightly and is used as the primary piece of equipment for the various activities.
* Kitchen Teabagging: This form involves throwing the teabag into the kitchen sink from various locations around the kitchen basketball style. The splashback/wall may be used as a back board and shots can be made from a sitting or standing position. If the teabag is successfully thrown into the sink it's one point. This game can be played with 2 or more players
* Cricket Teabagging: This form involves using a teabag as the ball and a dessert spoon as the bat. You can use a cup as the wicket. If the bag is hit off the table on the full it's 6 points, if it reaches the edge of the table it's 4 points. If someone catches the teabag you're out, if the teabag hits the wicket you're out. This game can be played with 2 or more players.
* Clown Teabagging: This form involves one person opening their mouth and moving their head side to side while the other person aims to throw the teabag into the open mouth. This game can be played with two or more players.
Miffy: I'm so bored tonight
Fred: Feel like little Teabag Escapading?
Miffy: Bring it on!
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