Wait LOL that’s real? I thought you were kidding
I’ve got a bridge in Brooklyn if you’re interested. BTW, did we ever talk about the guys in WWE?
I’m mid 30’s and work in IT. I’ve always thought yoyos were fun but really got into it about 31. I will probably do this the rest of my life.
Once you start, you never stop
I totally agree.
I hope. I seem to have enough momentum and with yoyos there is no ending. There is never an end to learning new things and keeping it fresh but I don’t do much artwork lately but I am trying to keep it all balanced and I am doing more throwing around people!
I am 41. Started throwing at 23 and stayed with it until I was about 33 years old. My nephew was born so I got very leery of yo-yoing around a small person but picked it back up when he was 5, about 3 years ago and with it till now. I think the craziest thing restarting was seeing how yoyofactory was so huge now and YoYoJam was dead. I mean when yoyoexpert started the go to throw was the Darkmagic and André was still a sponsored player. Had not even heard of Evan Nagao or Gentry Stein or Ann Connolly when I stopped. Besides André, Steve Brown and Johnny Delvalle were the names with their own signature throws.
Ayyyy someone my age
We need to make that a shirt. Oh I can make that a name of a colorway for my moose!
That’s a brilliant idea!
What color/colors should it be???
I think it should be orange w/ silver and yellow splash.
Lol yes! “15 year old throwers” on a tee sounds great! Or a colorway sounds sick as well!
But then the shirt becomes useless on your B’day.
You should call the color way sweet sixteenth, so it’s relevant for probably a whole year (depending on when your b-day is), and since I’m sixteen, it’ll be relevant for me.
Well I’m a sentimental person so I’ll frame it
I recently turned 36