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Frog-Ball is played like standard dodgeball, except players can not use body parts that are hit and are out when they are hit on the body or , if allowed, the head. If a player is hit on the arm (fingers to shoulder), the player must keep the arm limp and may not use it to catch or throw a frog. If a player is hit on the leg (toes to upper thigh), the player may not use the leg for locomotion and must keep the leg elevated off the ground. If a player loses both legs, they must sit on their knees or lay on the ground. From this position, they may roll as a means of locomotion. If a player catches a frog, that player may "remove" an arm or a leg from the player who threw the frog. If a player fails to catch a frog, all limbs touched while attempting to catch the frog are "removed" (excluding the head and body). If a frog rebounds off a player and the frog is caught, the player who was hit is not out, does not have any limbs "removed", and the player who caught the frog may "remove" an arm or a leg from the player who threw the frog. If a frog rebounds off a player and a failed attempt is made to catch the frog, all normal rules are applied. A player is out if they are hit directly on the body (chest, back, abdominals) or, if the game allows it, the head. A player is out if they use a limb that has been removed from the game.************************************ THIS IS NOT A REAL SPORT JUST A PARODY OF A SPORT.....PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME...FOR REAL.