|This frisbee isn't dying; it's just well ventilated.|
|Ok. So maybe the criminals in the arena image wasn't so far off. *sheesh*|
Anyway, between establishing the tensile strength of one frisbee and
First we tested out the 'flying squirrel'.
|1. Creates twisty-doodle? Check.|
|2. No funny taste? Check.|
|3. Tensile strength? So far, check.|
|4. Easily transportable? Check.|
Because the flying squirrel is shaped a less like a frisbee and a bit like road kill (Mom is really on tonight with the similes... blame it on the steroids she's taking for her sinus problems...), and the corners are all weighted, it has a loopy flight, rather than a straight flight like a frisbee. Which means more action shots!
|The flying squirrel also allows Abby more time to throw herself in the air like she was launched from a trebuchet.|
|Sisterly squirrel chasing.|
|Is it me, or does Abby look like she's doing the Time Warp?|
|Okay. This is a pretty nifty picture. I give Abby a 9 out of 10 for style. For full marks she should be up higher on her hind legs. But her visual focus is impressive!|
|Works just like the old frisbee, without the ventilation!|
|Is it me, or does Miss Springs-For-Legs look like a porpoise here?|
|Oh yeah! I can do this frisbee thing!|
|Crazy frisbee doodle.|
|And they are Mine! All MINE! Bwahahaha! Okay. I'm kidding. I always share with my sister.|
|Share and share alike!|
Unlike the angsty ending of Arthur Miller's drama, Death of a Frisbee had a happy ending all the way around, even for the frisbee, which was retired before it met an untimely death!
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus