Cornhole game comes to S.F. from South. Well, this is one headline that needs no comment.

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Neo-7
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I think they would all want to be on the ” A ” Team .

Who will be the practice dummy ?

Who will show proper technique ?

This would be a team that believes , Practice , Practice , Practice .

Corn holing in SF . It speaks for itself .

Navyvet2
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From what I understand, cornholing has been and is, a popular game that has been played in San Francisco for a long time by a large percentage of the population. And the San Fran version has nothing to do with beanbags.

poppajoe49
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Ball bags.

Elrond Hubbard
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We play this game in Wisconsin at picnics and barbeques. The best part is that all ages can play it. I’ve played (and lost to) my nine year old grandson,
(of course I had a beer in my hand the entire game).

Count on San Francisco hipsters to ruin it.

whiskeyriver
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It sounds like indoor horseshoes to me. While I don’t think the name would work around here, cornholing?, the game should be popular. Any game that involves large quantities of beer usually is. (snicker)

JPTravis
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Trust me, you can play this game while very drunk. It’s basically horseshoes without the dirt and the iron horseshoe that can kill little kids who run across the field of play. In fact, if you get irrititated with little kids who run across the field of play you can hurl the bags at them on purpose.

poppajoe49
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So, it’s beanbag toss for adults?

Big Al
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I hope it doesn’t bite them in the a$$.

PsychoDad
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AKA “Hide The Sausage”?

JPTravis
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LOL. My family plays that all the time in the summer. I have the “Baggo” version and my son-in-law has a homemade “Cornhole” version.

poppajoe49
Member

What’s up with the Gumby costumes?

JPTravis
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I don’t know. We’re usually in swimsuits.

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