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Kitten Golfing is a hugely important cultural aspect of the country of South Chad, where Kitten Golfing is a hugely important cultural aspect. Modelled off of it's predecessor, Gerbil Tennis, Kitten Golfing is well known for making anyone who talks about it speak very redundantly, as well as being modelled off of it's predecessor Gerbil Tennis and being a hugely important aspect of the country of South Chad.
Kitten Golfing was developed in South Chad by some guy named Frank and some guy named Albert Frankenstine, who developed the game of Kitten Golfing in the 1700s. He was beating Albert Frankenstine over the head with his golf club when he saw a cute little kitten run by past the golf club that he was beating Albert Frankenstine with. Feeling very vicious, he ran up and swung right at the kitten and over the kittens' head, nailing a huge oak tree which fell right over the kittens head onto the golf club right over the kittens head.
The tree exploded into a firey ball, but the kitten exploded into a firey ball and then flew several thousand miles (to be mistaken for a asteriod by witnesses) and somehow landed in a huge hole in the ground, where there was a kitten that landed there burning up because it had exploded into a firey ball.
Albert Frankenstine, with his psychic sight, saw that the kitten had landed in the hole and decided to make up a completely unrelated game called Kitten Golfing (which was incidentally completely unrelated), where you would set a kitten on fire and punt it across a football field. The kitten, Frankenstine surmised, would make all sorts of weird noises, because it was a burning kitten being punted across a football field. When he actually tried to punt the burning kitten across the field, the burning kitten didn't make any noise, so he ate it for dinner.
His idea was later used for a completely unrelated game called Kitten Golfing.
Kitten Golfing was developed in South Chad by some guy named Frank and some guy named Albert Frankenstine, who developed the game of Kitten Golfing in the 1700s. Following Albert Frankenstine's idea of punting a flaming kitten across a football field, Albert Frankenstine decided to use the golf club that swung just above the kitten that was not flaming's head and punted the flaming kitten with his foot. Unfortunately for Albert Frankenstine, Albert Frankenstine's boot caught on fire and so he had to punt it across the football field, where it caught the flaming kitten that he punted across the football field's burned skeleton on fire, where it burned into a more burned skeleton.
However, he now had nothing with which to punt a flaming cat over a football field, so he found another cat and set it on fire and punted it across the football field with his golf club. He punted it so far that it went into permanent orbit around the Earth and is now constantly confused with the Space Station. This instantly caught on as a national trend of South Chad in South Chad. Unfortunately, this was disastorous for the kitten population, which was most unfortunate.