Frisbee. I don't get it. You stand in one place and throw a disc. The other person catches it. Or not. Mostly, I see not. They pick it up. Throw it back. And the point is...?
Maybe I don't get frisbee because I didn't grow up in America. I remember my sister's friend introducing me to frisbee when I was visiting from Nigeria. I didn't get it then. I don't get it now. It's not like you are trying to get it past someone. Or as if you are trying to score some points. It all just seems so... repetitive... and pointless.
I understand it's something people do when it's nice out and they're just hanging out. But wouldn't reading be a much more productive endeavor? Someone once told me it was for the exercise. So, stand and throw. Catch, stand, and throw. A little running. Maybe. But mostly, I just see people throwing it to each other. Still don't get it.
I guess it's the same thing as people throwing a football or a baseball to each other. Again, something more American to me. I grew up playing sports. Even our "friendly" games were competitive. Maybe it is an American thing I will never understand. I can sort of accept football and baseball because you are practicing your throw for a game. But frisbee? Not so sure. Later.