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lcamino Florida
02/02/19 11:16 am

I used to really enjoy playing badminton. We would put up a net and play in the back yard.

DarthTater Jesus Saves
02/01/19 5:08 pm

Badminton. The gentleman’s game

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Jazzy5 USA
02/01/19 1:00 pm

Been playing tennis for ever.
I do like badminton, don’t play it that much.

cowboy Come on, man
02/01/19 7:23 am

Racquetball is more my speed.

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IEatzCookies Look at my pfp
02/01/19 7:03 am

badminton is for fat fucks who can't play tennis

RussianThunder Russia and USA
02/01/19 5:22 am

Badmiton is the dumbest game! Right up there with wiffle ball.

bartman71 USW
01/31/19 11:35 pm

I just like saying shuttlecock.

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RussianThunder Russia and USA
02/02/19 3:28 pm

Who in their right mind would name it that? Lol

peacenskis Alaska
01/31/19 9:02 pm

Tennis 🎾 is fun, but badminton 🏸 is more of a fun, friendly backyard sport. The kind where you can drink beer, bbq and play with the kiddos. I like both, but definitely play more badminton than I do tennis.

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DoctorWasdarb Marxist Leninist Maoist
01/31/19 8:18 pm

I enjoy a friendly game of badminton

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Gunfighter06 Iowa, since 1846
01/31/19 8:14 pm

Between these two, badminton. But racquetball is the real king of all racquet sports.

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DunkinFrunk Austin area, Texas
01/31/19 7:41 pm

I’d rather play tennis again, but I haven’t played in almost 30 years.

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
01/31/19 7:39 pm

I like badminton. The pace is more leisurely, as befits a recreational activity, and you can set up and play it almost anywhere. Tennis almost always involves an elevated heart rate and sweating, and a drive to a special place where you can play it.

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HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
01/31/19 7:55 pm

Leisurely? Badminton? I enjoy the sport but it's highly competitive and intense!

Zod Above Pugetropolis
01/31/19 8:14 pm

Higher net, lighter birdie, wa-la...leisurely.

HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
02/01/19 7:32 am

Perhaps it would feel leisurely if I tied my competitors spritely legs together and forbade them to leap and spike the birdie into the far corners! Smirk.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
02/01/19 8:31 am

Jumping is discouraged, except as necessary to keep the shuttle in play. Spiking is considered bad form, and as in just-for-fun backyard volleyball, is strictly forbidden.

HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
02/01/19 9:22 am

I must head to Washington. These Californians are clearly BADmitton Ruffians!

Touché Zod.
I applaud your
Backyard diplomacy!

lcamino Florida
02/02/19 11:23 am

Back yard badminton is more about keeping it going and having fun. In college, I had it for a pe class, and it wasn’t as friendly. Since I’m not competitive, I prefer a fun, relaxing game.

HammeringMan Gods Away On Business
02/02/19 10:05 pm

I'll suggest that to my teens. Perhaps sip a cup of tea or a Tody during volley's

phalnx Ohio
01/31/19 7:31 pm

I never got the hang of Tennis, but I was the best at Badminton in my P.E. class. It's much easier to pick up and play anywhere...you don't even need a net.

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bcorr17 T FOR TEMPLE U
01/31/19 7:28 pm

Both are fun but I like the competitiveness of tennis more. Feels less like a family picnic and more like a real workout and competition.

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