Looking For Fun? How About Some Ping-Pong?

Ping-Pong is easy to learn, you can play it just about anywhere, and it can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It’s flirty, it’s FUN, and it allows both you and your partner the luxury of acting like children. It’s been shown that couples who play together stay together; so, besides having fun and burning some calories, you are actually strengthening your bond. If you’re ready to put down your phones and spend some quality time together, then read on to learn more about this romance-friendly sport.

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Ping-Pong is one of the most popular games in the world. Why? Maybe because it’s suitable for everyone. It is something that you can play in groups, with people of different skill levels, ages, and even languages. The equipment is not expensive. All you really need is a good pair of shoes, a paddle, a few balls and access to a table. It’s also a great activity for couples!

Are you tired of dates revolving around eating ice-cream and drinking coffee? Are you looking for a new activity to share with your partner? How about playing table tennis together?

The Game That Makes Bonding Easy!

I’ve had a lifelong love affair with the game of Ping-Pong. Growing up, we had a Ping-Pong table in my basement, and it was often the center of our weekend entertainment. While I am not a regular Ping-Pong player anymore, I’ve enjoyed it throughout my adult life, both romantically and professionally. Playing Ping-Pong is a great way to bond with co-workers and create sexual tension between couples (athletic competition can be a huge turn on for some).

Are You Wiff Or Waff?

While many people may be inclined to link Ping-Pong to Asian countries, it actually got its start in the UK in the late 1880’s. Leave it to the fun-loving Brits to invent something as enjoyable as Ping-Pong. Back then, it was known as “wiff-waff” and was a common after-dinner game for the high class crowd. Imagine someone asking you: “Love, fancy a game of wiff-waff?” Seriously, who could resist?

Ping-Pong In The City Of Lights

If you are planning a trip to Paris and would like to break up the shopping, eating, and museum visits, then why not play a little table tennis? Paris is full of Ping-Pong clubs, which are equipped with indoor and outdoor tables. If you don’t feel like bringing your own paddle from home, make a quick stop at the Decathlon sports store for a cheap, good quality paddle, balls, and net. Buying a Ping-Pong paddle in France could also be a fun souvenir to take back home with you. Mini Eiffel Tower? Boring. Almost every tourist picks one of those up, but how many people have their very own French Ping-Pong paddle?

Tables Galore Back At The Ranch

Obviously, you don’t have to go all the way to France to enjoy this game. Ping-Pong can be played in your own neck of the woods. If your neighborhood or local school doesn’t own a table, then Google Ping-Pong for a list of clubs in your area.

Various studies have shown that couples who consistently have fun together hold a better chance of staying together in the long run. Are you ready to play?

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About Claudia Cox

Claudia Cox is a modern communication expert who gives singles and couples alike the tools they need to improve their relationships. She is the creator of The Text Weapon Texting Club, and the author of French Seduction Made Easy. She loves the outdoors, baking tasty treats for friends, and of course, texting.

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