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Play bowling with Stitch from the Lilo & Stitch show and movie. You decide where Stitch bowl from, what angle and what power, then strike the pins. Gets harder. Try to do your best as you bowl. Have Fun!
Do you like bowling, and do you also enjoy to play a sport flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Stitch Tiki Bowl flash game online.
Use spacebar to play this free bowling game.
According to FunTrivia.com there are a lot of fun facts about Stitch from the Lilo & Stitch show and movie. They use to call Stitch 626, his number, before he got a name. Lilo adopted him from the animal shelter and decided to name him Stitch. Stitch is actually an alien from the planet Turo in the Galactic Federation Headquarters. Nani gets fired because Stitch attacked two of the customers, who were really Jumba Jookiba and Pleakley in disguise. Lilo teaches Stitch to be the model citizen by instructing him to imitate Elvis' dance moves and playing the guitar. Elvis songs are featured throughout "Lilo and Stitch", including "Hound Dog," "Heartbreak Hotel," and "Devil in Diguise."
According to Lights and Lights there are many fun facts about Tiki candles or torches. Tiki torches originated from Polynesian culture. The word Tiki itself refers to wood and stone objects, carved to resemble human beings. The torches are a sign of fertility, and used in religious ceremonies to pay respects to the tiki gods. The tiki fire torches began becoming popular in America in the 1930s, as Americans became enthused about Pacific Island culture and started adopting and assimilating Polynesian and Hawaiian decorations into American culture and decor. The phrase "tiki torch" was actually coined by an American business in Torrance, California. The business he founded was called The Tiki Torch Corporation, and the first torches it manufactured were actually made of metal and painted black, as opposed to the bamboo torches that became the norm for tiki lights and are popular even today. Starting out as a part of tiki history, tiki torches are now integrated in landscape lighting for gardens, swimming pools, beaches, resorts, and beach parties around the world.