Their Facebook page touts the "The official Cookeville Homecoming Donut Toss" , where the mission is plain and simple: To toss donuts at people. Other than just provoking a good solid laugh from this donut hunter, I couldn't help be wonder how many other people out there would like to "throw" donuts around and haow many ways you could do it, let's take a look.
1) First off there's the actual game itself, in many different varieties, Donut Toss. This comes in versions for kids, down-loadable boardgames, or this "corn-hole" type game featured at the 2011 Donut Summit , I know, I know...I will give this it's own story soon.
3)For those of you into an old fashion adventure we have Donut Toss meets Scavenger Hunt. In this version you and a friend toss gigantic donuts (I need to know where to get these) between open windows of 2 buildings going up a floor at each successful toss.
Optional: Gigantic donut holes, fritters, and bear claws may be used in place of the donut."
Okay, first off I don't even know where to get a donut that is 3 feet in diameter, but I want to :) And secondly, an umbrella, really...like that will save anyone from a 100lb mass of dough spiraling out of control toward the sidewalk. Anyone want to try it with me?