Haha. Reminds me of my high school phys ed class; one of the sections we had during the year was bowling. The school didn't have an actual bowling alley, so they had special bowling equipment designed to be used in a normal gym. This consisted of a set of bowling pins, and a hollow hard rubber ball with holes - it was the size of a normal bowling ball, but much lighter.
It didn't take us long to figure out that getting a strike was easier if, instead of rolling the ball across the floor as intended, we threw it in a shallow arc, so it landed right in the middle of the pins. Timing was everything, of course... you had to wait until the teacher's back was turned.
"This is not acceptable behavior in a jazz club." - Mark Gane