A game played by high school students in Perth, Australia, originates in Morley SHS, created originally by Scott Fairclough, Adin Sehic and Lewis Todman. The purpose of life is to kick a small bottle, ball, or empty milk carton through the legs of other players. A penalty is issued when a player is caught with his feet too close together for the ball to pass through. When a player has the ball kicked between his or her legs, or is issued a penalty, all the other players get to punch that player. In this way, it is similar to the game "Barcode."
"Hey, let's call the game 'life' so when someone loses we can say they suck at life!" -Lewis Todman
"I got these bruises because I suck at life"
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