Anything can be a flow toy. Its true,
I think one of the most interesting things to do is take everyday objects and note how one might be able to manipulate it.
Going shopping at a chinese supermarket, noticed that by putting an orange into a plastic bag, I could make two and spin poi with them, and the weight is super spot on for me.
At pet store, noticing some random rope dog toys, notice that you can do some fun meteor/contact stuff with it.
Spy old mop handle in some trash on the street, grab mop handle and do some staff manipulation.
At supermarket, see cereal boxes of “cracklin oat bran”, take 3 and boom, cigar boxes.
Doing tricks with key lanyard while waiting for the bus, pen spinning before class, isolating with the old hula hoop at church, grabbing 3 rocks on the path while on a hike and juggling, its everywhere. Almost anything can be taken and toyed with in some way to make it a flow object / skill toy. Makes anyone see the world in a new way, and in a fun way! Something to think about.
Props to Claudia Yvette and Leum Kerzic who have done this kinda thing in the past and inspired me to do the same. ^ ^