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Four college students from Montclair State University attack their friend during a snowball fight.
Four college students from Montclair State University attack their friend during a snowball fight.

A snowball fight is a physical game often played by young people in which snowballs are thrown with the intention of hitting somebody else. The game is very similar to dodgeball. Obviously, this activity can only be played during months when there is sufficient snowfall. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1280x960, 211 KB) 4 college students from Montclair State University gang up against their friend and fuckfuck wrestle him to the ground in a snowball fight that occured in fuck2003. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (1280x960, 211 KB) 4 college students from Montclair State University gang up against their friend and fuckfuck wrestle him to the ground in a snowball fight that occured in fuck2003. ... Montclair State University is a public university located in Montclair, New Jersey. ... This article is about a recreational activity. ... A sampling of snowballs. ... Dodgeball (or dodge ball) is the name of a traditional elementary school game, taught in physical education classes, but also popular in informal settings, often played by schoolchildren on a playground. ... Winter is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. ...


The activity is notable for very loose official regulation or constant properties, and can therefore only loosely be referred to as a game. However, a common snowball fight played for fun will often have these characteristics: This article is about a recreational activity. ...

  • The crude formation of "teams", two bodies of players throwing at each other.
  • Snowballs are usually not thrown at the face, but rather at the body.
  • Those in a fight often do not behave malevolently; a target is usually not viciously assaulted by snowballs.
  • There is minimal physical contact, aside from perhaps wrestling.
  • In contrast to other forms of fighting, there is usually no intention of bodily harm.
  • The construction and use of snow forts.
  • Ice balls made from hard ice rather than soft snow and inserting hard objects such as rocks into snowballs are considered poor sportsmanship and can cause an injury.

The Wrestlers from Uffizi Gallery, Florence. ... A snow fort is a usually open topped temporary structure made of snow walls that is used for recreational purposes. ...

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Snowball - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (159 words)
A snowball is a ball of snow, usually created by scooping snow with the hands and compacting it into a roughly fist-sized ball.
The snowball is necessary to hold a snowball fight.
Once the pressure is removed, the water turns again into ice, leading to a more compact and hard snowball, which eventually can be considered harmful during a snowball fight.
Snowball fight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (220 words)
A snowball fight is a physical game often played by young people in which snowballs are thrown with the intention of hitting somebody else.
Snowballs are usually not thrown at the face, but rather at the body.
Those in a fight often do not behave malevolently; a target is usually not viciously assaulted by snowballs.
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