A game played in Autumn when large seeds called conkers fell off chestnut trees. Children bore holes into these conkers, and thread them onto pieces of string about a foot long. The goal behind the game is to swing your conker to hit the opponent's conker. The game ends when either player's conker breaks.
I may have welts on my arms, but I sure am good at conkers.
Added on May 11, 2011 by Anonymous