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This is a SUPER old trick, but I just remembered it today and have been doing it all day long.
Also, enjoy my pajama pants. They’re awesome.
Song is “Beeker Street” by The Olivers.
Yo-yo used is my signature model Avant Garde by YoYo Factory. Only 32 made! You can buy one here:
Thanks to whoever at the National Yo-Yo Museum decided today that I should get the “Trick Innovator of the Year” award. I do appreciate it, and definitely wasn’t expecting it.
Song is “Beer Exile” by Grabass Charlestons. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
Yo-yo used is the XXXXX XXXXX by XXXX XXXXXXX.
No hubstacks. You just have to go real easy on the side of that yo-yo…
Song is “This Isn’t The Tenka-ichi-Budôkai” by I Hate Myself. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
“Hey man…sweet jump.”
“Thanks, man. Thanks.”
Yo-yo used is the Die Nasty by YoYo Factory.
Song is “Suicide Rock ‘n’ Roll” by Electric Eel Shock.
I know it’s an unnecessarily complicated way to get a yo-yo ready for a suicide but hey…why make things easy?
Song is “Holding Back The Year” by Lou Barlow.
Yo-yo is an original Steve Brown Edition 888 by YoYo Factory. Probably about time to do another signature metal, huh? 😉
Twiddling with hubstacks…I love being able to turn the yo-yo over and have it spinning in the opposite direction. Figured it would be worthwhile to come up with a trick that actually used that. 🙂
Song is “Station Me Wherever” by The Blacktop Cadence. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
Yo-yo used is the G5 by YoYo Factory.
Song is “We’re All Gonna Die” by Andrew Jackson Jihad. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
People should really use hubstacks more.
Song is “Destination: Not At Home” by Armalite. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
Art is rad.
Song is “All Things Cloven” by Strikeforce Diablo. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.
Yo-yo used is the Glow Die-nasty by YoYo Factory.
This trick is dedicated to Chris Chiappini…one of the nicest looking guys I know who also happens to be absolutely out of his goddamn mind. It’s terrifying, really, the deviance that lies behind that Boy Scout smile…
Song is “Lord Of All Enemies” by The Holy Mountain. They appear courtesy of No Idea Records.