Post by marylangley on Oct 19, 2011 20:41:07 GMT -6
Played from a distance of 15 feet, Teeter Toss is an easy to play family fun game for all ages. With our unique patent pending teetering boards and twice as many holes than cornhole for more scoring opportunities, your family and friends are guaranteed to have lots of fun. The boards can also be played vertically and horizontally!
Post by marylangley on Oct 13, 2011 0:01:43 GMT -6
The dimensions of the table can vary but it is generally accepted that it should be rectangular, long, and somewhat narrow. A standard 4x8 piece of plywood is long enough but you may want to cut a foot of width off of it. It all depends on what your house rules are. Its a good idea to seal it after you paint it to prevent any damage from excess liquids. Several coats of polyurethane should do. That will not prevent the board from warping though. You may want to build a 2x4 framing underneath it. You could probably just go to any hardware store and tell what your doing, they can help with the materials.
Post by marylangley on Oct 12, 2011 23:57:30 GMT -6
beer pong is when you have either 6 or 10 cups at each end of a long table for each team in the shape of a triangle(ie for 6 cups it would be 3-2-1) and you fill them up with a desired amount of beer. you take a ping pong ball and try to get it to land into one of the cups. first team to lose all of their cups loses. flipcup is when you have multiple teams of people(same amount per team) and each person has their own cup filled with the same amount. the first person for each team goes and chugs the beer and when finished puts the cup down and you have to flip the cup \until it lands upside down. then the next person goes, and so forth. first team to flip all of their cups wins.