no yoyoing :(


#1

cant yoyo for almost a month, fractured my throwwhand pinkie. Have a giant cast thingy thats really annoying. :’(


#2

i have sympathy for ya… a few years ago, a kid threw a rock at my face… used my throw hand to block it and broke the same pinky and left a nice shiner on my hand… couldnt throw for a little more than two weeks but it felt like an eternity… what i learned is to always view the cup half full… good news here is that youre going to heal… till then, my advice is to keep your mind elsewhere


#3

This is the time you pick up a responsive yoyo and learn the basics with your non throw hand.


#4

That’s what I was gonna suggest. That’s a bummer.


(Vizoh) #5

broke my hand last year hated not being able to yoyo it was like 4 months really sucked couldnt do anything for a while so weird to go without yoyoing for 4 months


#6

YUBEATME


#7

What did you do to the kid?


#8

well… i would like to say that i kicked his keister… however he was quite a bit younger than me and i was moving anyway, so i havnt seen him since, however i do have arthritis like pain in my finger now… i dont really care… its not all that bad


(Raphael) #9

Screw age difference. I would have at least told his parents or something. I would have probably put both hands behind his head, put him against a tree until he cried.


#10

WWF(s)D. think that. (What Would Fluttershy do)


#11

not worth the possible jail time… by then i was just old enough to be tried as an adult… regardless of what happend, he woulda won every time


#12

I would have thrown the rock back.


#13

Yes, learn the basics in your non-throw hand. One time I was sick and I couldn’t sit up, so I had to lie down. I couldn’t yoyo. after three agonizing days I threw again. It felt like having a long lost friend come back. That was three days, but a month!!! What are you going to do? Learn to yoyo in your non-throw hand.


#14

the worst thing is that i broke it on a mini, cheap, inflatable basketball, the kind you get with cheap basketball hoops.