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  • sashinator
    +4

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT47KfDlwI8

    Fair comment but (jokes aside) dodgeball does, in fact, explicitly encourage violence, exclusion and degradation

    Also you could learn about aggression, unfariness, competition, success, failure, chance and luck from playing video games you just won't get a good cardio workout

    • Appaloosa
      +5

      I played dodgeball as a kid, and it is pretty brutal, its a game of elimination for sure. Funny enough, of all the elimination games I played, and the one I feared the most, a room full of kids standing around, watching somebody lose their place, the dreaded musical chairs!

      • AdelleChattre
        +5

        There's so much more to learn from dodgeball. About yourself, friends, the indifferent, bullies. You're right to mind musical chairs. Seemingly nothing to learn there but treachery.