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July 2, 2020 / Posted by:

Nerf Fencing!

In 1988, Nerf finally put out a product for children who didn’t want to fight like an uncouth goon by using a Nerf gun and instead wanted to fight like a refined blue blood or a mysterious and dashing vigilante. They released Nerf Fencing, which were basically pool noodles attached to a plastic handle and CD. But as soon as you touched it, a black mask covered your face, a black cape dropped onto your shoulders and you started talking like Antonio Banderas, which was weird because The Mask of Zorro didn’t come out until years later.

One box of Nerf Fencing came with two pool noodle swords. You didn’t just try to stab your duel partner with that pool noodle sword. It was actually a game. The round part had four targets on it and your goal was to knock down all of your rival’s targets. And you definitely got bonus points if you recited the lines that Cary Elwes and Mandy Patinkin spit out in The Princess Bride’s sword fight scene. This is how Nerf Fencing worked:

As a kid, I never had Nerf Fencing and neither did any of my friends because none of us were rich royals like that. And I would never mess with Nerf Fencing today because that looks like exercise, and the only kind of sword fighting I’m into it is, yeah, you know the rest.

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