Sunday, July 25, 2010

7. Use Beef Jerky as a Jai Alai Ball

If you have misplaced your jai alai ball you might want to consider making one out of beet jerky. Jai alai balls can cost over a hundred dollars while a pound of beef jerky is just a couple bucks.

The "Pelota" is normally made of Brazilian rubber with a goat-skin cover for its bouncy properties. Do you know what also has bouncy properties comparable to that of a jai alai pelota? Yup, you guessed it, a giant ball of beef jerky.

A ball of original beef jerky can achieve speeds up to 180mph just like a jai alai pelota. I know I wouldn't want to get hit in the head with a flying ball of jerky! Wear a helmet. Perhaps a helmet made out of beef jerky...

Have you played any sports using beef jerky or even invented a sport using beef jerky?

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