That was exactly what I was about to say!
I think it’s just a matter of a lack of interest. I’ve seen people dancing but never went up to them and asked about dance steps cuz I have zero interest in dancing.
Yeah, but isn’t the dancing usually in a context where dancing is going on in general? You don’t often see one of your co-workers dancing by themselves, with no music playing, to pass some free time in the middle of the day, do you?
No, good point. I’ll hold to my lack of interest view.
And if you did, you’d think it was pretty bizarre, right? You might even be a little too uncomfortable to ask them about their snazzy dance moves…
I’m naturally curious so if they were dancing alone, yeah, I’d wait until they were done and probably say something if they did not seem to be a danger to themself or myself. That’s if I already knew them. On the street, no way. Quick smile and keep walking…
I want to work at this place
Why don’t they sell metal yoyos at stores like Walmart?
Walmart generally only sells things that will move in quantities of millions. There’s just not that kind of demand for metal yoyos out there.
Duncan Metal Drifter would be okay but at the Walmart near me the same 3 Pro Zs have been hanging on the same hook since September and they’re only $9.97. They seem to move the Butterfly and Imperial but at $3.00…of course.
Aka “economics”. Watch what people do, not what they say they will do. Vastly different things.
I think at $9.97 the packaging makes it looks like a cheap yoyo that is expensive which may be why it sits there for months. I bought one and eh…