House keys are placed around the outside of the table with keyholes hanging over the table's edge.
One end of a 12-inch piece of kite string is tied to the end of a chopstick and the other end is tied to a large paper clip. The paper clip end is pried open to be used as a hook.
A foul line is placed 2 inches from the end of the chopstick that will be placed in player's mouth.
The player places the chopstick in his/her mouth up to the foul line prior to the start of game.
To complete the game, the player must hook all 4 keys within the 60-second time limit, and they must concurrently remain hooked for 3 seconds.
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large paper clip
4 house keys (with keyholes)