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I usually keep a target in the back of my truck when hunting, so, if by chance I happen to drop my bow and whack something out of sorts, I don't have to run home to sight-in; I just grab the 18-1 and fling a few practice arrows.
It is not unknown for retired mums with time on their hands to deliver home-cooked casseroles to the homes of daughters who are too busy working to do more for their husbands than whack something in the microwave.
Go on, William, whack something decent into a seller at Lingfield and let's all have a good crack at it.
But there is something marvellously compulsive about using a stick to try to whack something after closing time, especially when you can stand there and wait for the little electric conveyor to deliver another ball.