fluffy napalm fairy
fluffy napalm fairy

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Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land
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Posted:Today I isolated a spider.

Or maybe the spider was somehow isolating me?

You can do wicked isolated spider buzzsaws if you manage to loop the web back past the spider again - yoyo experienence would help (though it didn't look impressed when I tried 'walk-the-spider').

ubbangel


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Spacecow00x
Spacecow00x

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Location: Ft. Myers, Florida
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Posted:lol sounds pretty mean if u ask me hahaha

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Skulduggery
Skulduggery

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Location: Wales
Member Since: 12th Aug 2004
Total posts: 8428
Posted:FNF you have the spiders all nervous now!


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fluffy napalm fairy
fluffy napalm fairy

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Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land
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Total posts: 3638
Posted:where's that smiley from Skully? biggrin

no 'twasn't mean - just climbey-climbey-spidey goin up and his web coming down = one isilated spider biggrin


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Ry
Ry

Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Member Since: 2nd Feb 2005
Total posts: 4496
Posted:I used to do that as a kid. Heavy Jumpers (that's all there is to their name without going latin) were the best. Strong web, well weighted spiders. This should probably go in the equipment/gear thread forum though.. Anyway, they made great pets. Here's a photo someone else took (can you just see the glee in it's eyes?)


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Since you seem to not mind spiders, you'd probably find the walky ones interesting to play with. My favourite was a Mangrove Jumper. They walked all over you, and not too fast that they're uncontrollable. Like your typical jumping spider, but had crab-like claws. Totally harmless too. Contact spider's lots of fun if you ever get into it.

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fluffy napalm fairy
fluffy napalm fairy

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Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land
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Posted:I can do contact spider! Big house spiders here are perfect for foot-stalls and can do excellent anti-gravity leg-rolls (upwards......) wahay ubbrollsmile

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Ry
Ry

Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Member Since: 2nd Feb 2005
Total posts: 4496
Posted:Lol! Anti-gravity leg rolls! Love the reaction when someone finds him/herself unintentionally doing it. The excitement often manifests in screaming (elation, I assume) ubblol

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fluffy napalm fairy
fluffy napalm fairy

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Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land
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Total posts: 3638
Posted:must be!

man I can remember when I first did a horizontal neck roll - sat on a rocking chair (about age 7), minding my own business when "woooaaahhh!!!!" - I was so beside myself I cried!

- learning tricks now just doesn't get the same emotional response.......


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NYC
NYC

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Location: NYC, NY, USA
Member Since: 26th Aug 2001
Total posts: 9232
Posted:Dunno, if it's not a rodent of some sort I just can't get it to buzzsaw isolate properly. Insects are too damn light for me.

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Well, shall we go?
Yes, let's go.
[They do not move.]

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Ry
Ry

Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Member Since: 2nd Feb 2005
Total posts: 4496
Posted:That must have been fantastic! I suppose like all things you've got to keep it mixed up a bit. Once I did a behind the back bathtowel to chest stall, to horizontal body roll. Had a fleeting moment of eeep! followed by a sudden adrenalin rush, but it the excitement I dropped it and it ran out under the bathroom door. I lost that one.. smile

Is it just us, or do other forms of object manipulation seem more popular??


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bluecat
bluecat

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Location: everywhere
Member Since: 15th Dec 2002
Total posts: 5300
Posted:mm, if i use a larger rodent tho i end up with too much drag, and a tendency to pick up nasty diseases when i try tracers... must get back to the gerbils.

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Ry
Ry

Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Member Since: 2nd Feb 2005
Total posts: 4496
Posted:Ah rodents.. sometimes if you get the tailless variety, they're pretty good for contact. With chinchillas you can do pretty good shoulder stalls biggrin

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fluffy napalm fairy
fluffy napalm fairy

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Location: Brum / Dorset / Fairy Land
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Total posts: 3638
Posted:Double rats biggrin - (a personal fave) especially the involuntary-pendulums when you's trying to avoid rabies............. (correct handling position for this move requires the tail between your thumb and forefinger with the teeth as far away from your hand as possible and some franic swinging motions.)

Disclaimer: Double Rat Wibbles are not a good idea. At all.

I tried chinchillas but what with me being fluffy, my dreads being soft and inviting and chinchillas being the snugglyest animals on the planet, shoulder stalls become more like permenant chinchilla-shaped shoulder-pads rolleyes

throws bluecat a 'get a tetanus jab free' card.......

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Once I did a behind the back bathtowel to chest stall, to horizontal body roll. Had a fleeting moment of eeep! followed by a sudden adrenalin rush, but it the excitement I dropped it and it ran out under the bathroom door. I lost that one..

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Spacecow00x
Spacecow00x

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Location: Ft. Myers, Florida
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Total posts: 170
Posted:snakes are easier, just make sure they just had a nice big rat for dinner, then u get a nice lump of weight in the end, then hyperloop away

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You live your life taking everything you can get
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Mags The Jedi
Mags The Jedi

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Location: Cornwall, UK
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Posted:This thread is silly, and I salute you for it.

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Location: wishing to be in Rio
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Posted:ubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblolubblol
thankyou for making me laugh. A lot!

soapbox now back to work the lot of you! We'll have no silliness here thankyou very much.


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Fire_Moose
Fire_Moose

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Location: Scottsdale, AZ
Member Since: 2nd May 2007
Total posts: 3597
Posted:Awesome threads deserve revival!!!


I was doing contact capybara the other day...the extra weight makes it SOOO easy


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UCOF
UCOF

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Member Since: 17th Apr 2002
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Posted:Agreed. grin

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hamamelis
hamamelis

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Location: Bouncing off the walls.
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Posted:
I've tried lemur shoulder stalls, iguana head stalls, tarantula walking isolations and some kind of awesome anti-grav body spiral with a squirrel.


Sometimes I miss my old job..


THE MEEK WILL INHERIT THE EARTH!


If that's okay with you?

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