stickyfish member Location: Lingfield, Surrey, England Member Since: 27th Feb 2002 Total posts: 39
Posted:I was just wondering today what it's like for antipodeans having spin upsidedown all the time. I imagine that the gravity pulling the poi upwards would make everything realy quite strange or do you have special poi with the same type of gravitational properties as your "hats-with-corks-on-strings"?
Has anyone on this side of the globe tried to simulate these conditions by hanging themselves upsidedown while spinning? Is it as much fun as it seems in my head?
Love & Peace from Lingfield Rob
phunky old hand Location: Edmonton, AB Member Since: 30th Jul 2001 Total posts: 877
Posted:Hmm, interesting. Though i think that if you kept a constant speed it wouldn't really affect your spinning. Other than small things, like btl moves would be a bit more dangerous.
bender still can't believe it's not butter Location: Melbourne, Australia Member Since: 14th Nov 2001 Total posts: 6979
Posted:I spose it's cus our toilets flush clockwise. wheeee. we've got better toilets 'ere matey! yep it's the bee's knees to live as an anti-..antip-....anti-... wheeeee! /runs away in a panic, tripping over a giant QLD cockroach and passes out.
remember Location: Melbourne, Australia, Earth, M... Member Since: 7th Mar 2002 Total posts: 433
Posted:to conclude this deate, i propose someone stand in a toilet bowl, wearing a cork hat, spinning poi, and then have someone press the flush button which should start you spinning around in a clockwise direction~! (i don't think this will actually prove anything, but it'd be damn funny to see )