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So today I will be talking about 5 unusual things to do with a ping pong ball. These plastic balls come very cheap and can be used for the most weirdest of uses. :P Not weird but still :P

Step 1: The Obvious Game of Table Tennis

Well this was obvious but I had to include this in the list. :P
<p>you can use it for archery</p>
<p>Cats love ping pong balls, especially on hardwood/laminate floors. </p>
For the daring: Light it on fire and play tennis with it. Then light it on fire while doing the other three (pool thing excluded)
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Now THAT I like!!!
go away now, no smoke bombs or nitrocelulose based ideas here!!!! :))
Why is it that it's always a Beetle when someone wants to put beer-caps, grass, 1001 lightbulbs or even ping-pong balls on a car ? ;)
One more that you forgot. Light them on fire... OUTSIDE! Learned this in a college dorm.
Yeah Lol i tried that. :P
Use ping pong balls to hallucinate! cut a white pong ball in halves, tape over eyes, play radio static, and look up at a light! Let they visions begin!<br>http://mindhacks.com/2008/11/17/ganzfeld-hallucinations/
Thats cool !<br>
Ping pong balls, because they are made of nitrocellulose, make unusually good fire starters.
Fire starting purposes aside, they're simply fun to just light on fire and watch burn.
How do Ping Pong balls affect elephants?<br> <br> L<br> <br> (leave the snakes alone)
Hahaha Yeah true. I deleted it :P

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