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    i really want to take one up but i am unsure which one to do, and so is my friend. we both want team sports. any ideas?
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    Ultimate Frisbee
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    Watch television :cool:
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    (Original post by MadNatSci)
    Ultimate Frisbee
    That is possibly the best sport in the world!!!!!

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    (Original post by gzftan)
    That is possibly the best sport in the world!!!!!

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    'tis indeed fun. (I always preferred it to rugby)
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    (Original post by Squishy)
    'tis indeed fun. (I always preferred it to rugby)
    Same here..unfortunately...you don't play school ultimate frisbee. I only played it on the Biology Field Trip to Wales during the heat wave last july......

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    (Original post by MadNatSci)
    Ultimate Frisbee
    oo good one!
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    (Original post by Masonne)
    i really want to take one up but i am unsure which one to do, and so is my friend. we both want team sports. any ideas?
    running after circular plastic can be fun occasionally - i've played it a couple of times.

    nothing beats the 8+1 though...

    (just had to be done.)
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    (Original post by KHL)
    running after circular plastic can be fun occasionally - i've played it a couple of times.

    nothing beats the 8+1 though...

    (just had to be done.)
    The 9?????

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    (Original post by gzftan)
    The 9?????

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    He means rowing, I think *sigh* sodding boaties...
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    Indeed!
    I was going to suggest ultimate frisbee too
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    Soaking in the bathtub..?

    Failing that - chess, anyone..?
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    (Original post by MadNatSci)
    He means rowing, I think *sigh* sodding boaties...
    don't criticize the cuisine until you've tried it
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    (Original post by KHL)
    don't criticize the cuisine until you've tried it
    You people eat boats..?

    Very strange...
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    mixed lacrosse is fun as well. I must admit I only played a couple of times (it began to conflict with volleyball, which I am actually decent at, so I had to drop it), but it was good fun.

    Alternatively ultimate frisbee is really enjoyable too.
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    On behalf of Baz i'll say rowing.
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    You people eat boats..?

    Very strange...
    Hehehe....not as strange as that program on telly a coupla weeks ago about the weirdest things ever taken out of a human body...some guy had loads and loads of nails in his belly....:confused:

    Can't have been a DIY anaemia remedy could it?

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    You have to try rowing if you come to Cambridge, in first term / year at least!

    If you hate it, settle for another fine team sport.. table football
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    (Original post by juliette)
    You have to try rowing if you come to Cambridge, in first term / year at least!
    Me is scared of water

    I did get a 10m swimming badge when I was younger though!

    You'll only catch me rowing in a gym :rolleyes:

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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Me is scared of water

    I did get a 10m swimming badge when I was younger though!

    You'll only catch me rowing in a gym :rolleyes:

    I'm with ya there mate.....ergo machines I can't swim...well...i kinda learnt how to a bit....but i haven't been swimming for about 4 years now..and i'm not going go and try again...only to find myself drowing!!

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