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These days, being a kid is less about exploring the world and making mistakes and more about following ridiculous rules and regulations. From schools banning games such as dodge ball to a whole region of Belgium banning snowball fights. We take a look at 10 Children’s Games You Won’t Believe Got Banned! ►Help Us Reach 100k Subscribers! - http://bit.ly/listz10
10 - Duck, Duck, Goose
9 - Tag
8 - Red Rover
7 - Human Target Games
6 - Slip ‘n Slide
5 - Stocking Stuffers
4 - Snowball Fights
3 - Cops and Robbers
2 - Superhero Games
1 - Musical Chairs
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+Codeditx Yeah, it's a shame. Safety nazis want to cover the world in plastic coated, padded safe zones. Why don't they just encourage kids to stay home and play video games? Oh wait, those are too violent.
Next any video game that requires you to use any type of controller will be banned as it is possible to drop it on your foot hurting your big toe,the mouse will also be banned for animal cruelty to cats as it isn't really a mouse.
Duck Duck Goose, snowball fights, musical chairs and tag hazardous? Are you fucking kidding me? I've even played dodgeball with softer balls and nothing bad's happened!! I swear, people nowadays are such fucking pussies.... >_______>
Those people who claim preschool children's imaginations are becoming dangerously overactive....fuck you all! Maybe these games weren't meant for you or your kids who will grow up with no sense of imagination, wonder, creativity or even a healthy lifestyle!
Many dodge ball games re NOT played with "soft" balls. When I was in high school, we played i one when we were scheduled to be outside but it rained. Stupidly, our gym teacher had us play with volleyballs. Ones that were a bit too overinflated. The result? One kid was rushed to the hospital to save his eyesight after getting hit in the face and having his retina detached.
I cannot believe America is going o.t.t with fun to play games, at my school in New Zealand the only sport banned is tackle bull rush because some people try'd to make a chain that winded two guys and broke someones arm, but seriously the world has gone soft, your more likely to break your nose opening your front door than playing Duck Duck Goose.
They still hang up stockings, it's a tradition.
Still, I wouldn't worry about most of this stuff, it's only in some places tag was banned, and I saw nothing else about musical chairs nor duck duck goose being banned on Wikipedia.
The ONLY one on this list I understand is dodge ball. Only because too many people aim for the face nowadays. And considering their strength is increased due to the processed foods we eat (allegedly), people's noses could get broken easily.
Everything else? In the words of ESPN's Monday Night Countdown: "C'MON MAN!"
Soon it will be illegal to let our children get dirty. Here is the argument: The more we let our kids play outside will cause the spread of bla bla bla which could bla bla bla and cause others to bla bla bla bla bla and then boom your kid has no parents.... know the dangers people!
a few decades ago: hey kids, have this toy gun that shoots flaming metal balls as big as your palm at the speed of an arrow, or you can have this chemistry set that includes radioactive elements for you to play with and order forms so you could get more. today: imaginary sticks? get to the principal office immediatly
I'm in 7th too, got banned in 3rd :( because a kid scrapped his knee and started fake crying so it was banned, until when we were in 4th grade and told the principal it was idiotic to ban tag, and we got it back baby!!!!
You know what fuck this shit im playing dodgeball all the dayum time whever the police are looking as well ill be taking my giant ass snowball and chucking it at the mufuckin face of the law CACA MUTHAFUCKAS
Re: Red Rover and "You can always opt to let go."
That only works if the other kids are also willing to let go. If they're determined to maintain a steel grip on you (often with their fingernails biting into your arm) despite your screams of pain and frantic struggle to escape, you can and will get hurt a lot more than just "a little having someone smash into your wrists." I endured several twisted arms as a kid because of that fucking game (and yet was forced to play again and again). Some of these are definitely silly, but FUCK Red Rover.
what the fuck. is this fucking serious? im 15 from as far back as i can remember if me and my brother ever got into a really bad argument my dad would get out the boxing gloves and we would duke it out. sometimes even 4 fun!
this is why i think the some of the planet's citizenship are either really stupid are completely ignorant. wow no more running, no more snowballs, no dodge ball. you little fucktards better sit down, get fat and die without having a fun childhood.
The problem here is, we make all of these regulations accounting for the stupid people who don't know how to A. Not use excessive force, B. Not put everything in their mouth, or C. Follow safety regulations...
Why let natural selection do its thing and let the people who AREN'T careless have fun! :D
I'm concerned about my child, GoogleAnne. She has been in a bubble ever since she was born. She is now 5 and will soon be too big for the bubble. My questions are: 1) Where would I find a bigger bubble? 2) Should I let her out? She's only 5. I was thinking the world is just not safe enough for a 5 year old. It's going to be autumn here soon and ...what if a leaf falls on her? If that happened, I would never be able to forgive myself. Plus, winter is coming. What if she comes in contact with snow? I just don't know what to do with my little bubble girl.
+jamielynn82 Why are you so afraid of a leaf or a tiny,harmless bit of snow falling on your child?
Is she extremely allergic to a lot of stuff or something?
Also,you're pretty much ruining your child's life if you put her in a bubble since birth. That will only serve to make things worse - extremely limiting a person's 5 senses during their childhood will lead to big difficulties in their adult life.
I'm surprised Bull Rush, soccer, rugby, climbing trees, skateboarding, playing on trampolines were not on the list you can get hurt doing all of theses things to. Shit some adults so are F***ed in the head they have nothing better to do than take the fun out children's lives they would rather have them sitting down in front of a computer or playing on a cellphone and getting fat and not engaging with rest of the world than running around outside having fun sure kids may get hurt doing all of those thing but they heal and grow and get over it , is little Johnny/Sally going to remember the sore leg they got last week when they fell over play tag or will they remember how much fun they were having with some friends. This PC bull shit needs to stop F**k
we should ban everything cause evertything in the world is dangerous such as walking YOU MIGHT FALL AND BREAK A NOSE so why should ban walking.
We should also ban sitting as the chair might tip over and you will die.
lets ban everything :D
I remember at primary school there were these big bushes with red berry's, but if you broke the berry open out came it's seeds and people used to run, hide and fight to put the stuff down the back of your t-shirt. I remember kids were getting sent home with allergic reactions, because it just wanted to make you scratch and out came a red horrible rash. I can't remember the name of the bush, but it grows in Britain.
So we're encouraging children to sit around and not get exercise and then admonishing parents for allowing their children to become obese. This kind of extreme over-protectiveness never leads to good things. Perhaps this is contributing to the increasing issue of children who are so ill equipped to handle situations and rough patches that they are tragically ending their lives over name calling. Not to trivialize the issue of bullying as it can be a real issue and should be discouraged but there has never been a generation of kids in which everyone was always kind and considerate of everyone else. Teasing, name calling, and even physical confrontation has been a part of adolescence most likely since the beginning of time. There is a chance that forbidding children from normal play in which there can be a winner and a loser or that fosters competition could be contributing to over sensitive children who go to extremes when ever they are offended or challenged in any way. We need to better equip our kids for life because we won't always be there to block anything that could hurt or cause our children any sort of pain or suffering.