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I know a ton of people ask you if there is a difference between Ping Pong and Table Tennis. I'm not worried about that- I know that there is no difference.
I am wondering if the term "Ping Pong" is offensive in any way?
I am corrected everyday. "It's not Ping Pong- its Table Tennis. Have pride in the sport..."
So is it offensive in anyway?
I understand the need to use Table Tennis but is it worth sucking the fun out of it a bit? I mean, I say ping pong because it warms the heart. It reminds me of a fun time playing as a kid. So, is it offensive in anyway. If not, should I stile using the term so frequently?
Daniel A. Martinez
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I don’t think it is offensive in any way. Just another name for the great game.
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