Leg Wrestling Game
Objective: For fun or to determine winner by who has stronger legs.
Play: two participants lay down on floor facing opposite directions of each other. The participants count to three then raise the leg that is closest to their opponent and lock legs. The person who is able to flip outwards with their opponents leg locked is declared the winner.
The informant normally did this when she was younger, age six to about age ten. The game was played with her friends during Physical Education for fun when she attended school in Pasadena, California. She said that it was a game just for fun when the kids wanted to goof off in P.E. and not do what they were told.
Although the informant said the game was just for fun, I think this game is similar to something like arm wrestling or rock paper scissors that could be used to determine seniority a separate game, chores, etc. I think mostly kids do it because its encompassed by a physical playfulness that is common especially among children, but becomes less acceptable later in life.