Clown Walk

Players are evenly divided into two teams. A starting line and finish line about 30
feet apart are marked. Each team forms a unit by holding hands, interlocking
arms, riding piggyback, or by any other means that can be devised, The only
limitation are the number of arms and legs which may be used for the task of
walking. The number of arms and legs which can be used in the walking process
are determined by subtracting two from the total number of people on the team,
(For example, if there are eight people on the team, six arms and six legs may be
used.) To start the race, both teams assemble on the starting line. On signal,
they move toward the finish line. The first team to arrive wins.

References / Source:
2003 Pirates of the Cirribean

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