Giving this away for free!!!
Heres that catch. In 1 month (give or take a few days) you must copy this post and send it on to someone else.
By accepting this, you are taking responsibility to pay shipping to the next person.
Lets see how long we can keep it going!
Simply be the first to say in this thread “ill take it”
I will pm you to get the addy.
A pox on the one who breaks the chain!!!
List of owners:
Love this. I look forward to taking a turn at some point. Thanks for doing it,
Looks like cpc is up first!
Favourite yoyo. Don’t know why. Just love it.
the silenus is so good… plays like some of my 100+ yoyo and its only 35!
Want to get more of them. I already have a few. Just don’t get tired of it.
I have 2 and it is definitely a really, really great yoyo. Anyone who takes a chance at this offer will end up wanting to own one.
I think this is a great idea!
@dizzo @CPC i suggest sending a piece of paper around as well to track ownership and the duration of ownership!
@crash I like your idea of keeping track of it’s history. Can we edit the main post each time it moves @dizzo ? Might be easier than paper.
Or I can post that it came from dizzo to me when I post it and then the next person copy and paste and add there name that way the most recent thread will contain the history.
Ya, I think this will be easier. Ill change the OP
That colorway is phenomenal. I already have two but looked in shops for it anyway. I guess it’s sold out.
You can have pictures of it in the wild. Like Flat Stanley.
The Flat Stanley Project is an educational project that was started in 1995 by Dale Hubert, a third grade schoolteacher in London, Ontario, Canada. The project features paper cut-outs based on the title character of the 1964 children's book Flat Stanley.
The project was designed to facilitate the improvement of the reading and writing skills of elementary school students, while also promoting an interest in learning about different people and places. In 2001 Hubert was presented the Prime Minis...
My son’s flat Stanley went to Antarctica, had pictures with Penguins.