Video: Sure, some random objects like a frying pan and a shovel make some sort of sense to use as a ping pong paddle replacement. But an iron? A kitchen knife? A wooden spoon? A rolling pin? Just watch these two dudes get wild with their paddle ideas. Even though they're doing it as a goofy stunt, I'm pretty sure they could beat a lot of people at ping pong using whatever random object they find around the house as a paddle.
Playing Ping Pong With Random Objects Is Totally Goofy
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