RE: [singaporejugglers] Juggling ... anything ...
- There's this back-massager (about 1.5 ft long) with a 3" rubber studded ball at one end. Quite well balanced to be juggled as clubs. My mom-in-law bought some and I tried juggling them easily. Can consider getting them at our neighbourhood shops. Possibly good for practising 4s or 5s! Much better than toilet plungers!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: therealstormcloud [mailto:juggling@...]
> Sent: 26 July 2002 09:31
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [singaporejugglers] Juggling ... anything ...
> > First, I'd like to say that when a juggler enters a hardware store,
> > there's a slim chance that he or she will NOT come across something
> > that can be juggled. There's an even slimmer chance that said
> > juggler would NOT wonder if there might be anything in the store to
> > juggle at all.
> So, so true. Since I started juggling every week I find
> myself compulsively doing the following:
> - Twirling toothbrushes around my fingers when in the bathroom.
> - Rolling bottles of water/coke around my hands and up and
> down my arms. (VERY difficult when they're half-full).
> - Butterfly-contact-juggling all fruit before eating.
> - Analysing any vaguely spherical object for how juggle-able it is.
> - Whenever walking around at the office, swinging my office
> pass around me like a poi.