"Exactly, for Amy keeps me pointing due west most of the time, with only an occasional whiffle
round to the south, and I haven't had an easterly spell since I was married.
Attendees enjoyed games of ping-pong, miniature golf, whiffle
ball and basketball while live karaoke and the NBA finals didn't miss a beat in the background.
Players, divided into two teams of five, drive bumper cars and use hand-held scoops to pass a softball-sized whiffle
ball around and attempt to score by hitting a target.
We were playing whiffle
ball, thwacking it across the backyard.
When I was 16, and my brother and two sisters were married, my parents moved again, this time to a smaller but newer home with a larger yard, a flowering mimosa tree in front, some apple trees in the back and enough space to play extended family whiffle
Amazingly, it was the first time they had ever faced each other in anything other than a backyard Whiffle
Originally, Popeye got his strength from rubbing the head of a Whiffle
Hen, changing to spinach by 1932.
My brothers and I were playing whiffle
ball in the front yard like we so often did, and Mom had jumped on a horse with a friend to run and check one of her "honey holes"; it was evidently a success.
Players use wooden or composite paddles roughly twice the size of ping pong paddles to hit a perforated plastic ball similar to a whiffle
ball over a net about one yard tall.
The game is played with a plastic whiffle
ball and paddles that resemble those used in racquetball.
For example, combined practice has been shown to be superior for performance across a variety of sport and non-sport tasks, including hitting a whiffle
golf ball (Lutz, McBride, & Rothstein, 1979), swimming (White, Ashton, & Lewis, 1979), basketball shooting (Etnier & Landers, 1996), and rotary pursuit tracking (Rawlings et al., 1972).
He keeps the character's assorted dimensions twirling in the air like whiffle