Can someone send me the link to the list of levels of unicycling where it’s like level one be able to go forwards and backwards level two be able to stall…
i swear to god i did that and it didn’t come up for me:p
and while im at it since i don’t want to use google what is splinning or whatever people are always talking about
Don’t want to use Google? I don’t want to answer easy questions that are easy to find out, even by searching using the “Search” link on this very page.
John makes me smile.
Google might be helpful, especially with splinning, because I’m on here a lot and I don’t think I have seen the word splinning… and in a quick search its because it hasn’t been said since 2005…
You’re new. Welcome. Please start learning how to use this resource. Composing a meaningful thread title is a must. “qUESTION” is a very ill-formed thread title. There is no information about the thread content in the title. Also, keep in mind that the other forum members will have very little sympathy for someone who immediately volunteers their unwillingness to do even the slightest bit of work on their own searching for answers.
Alright I actually tried capitalizing my title but my cat stepped on the caps lock and google didn’t help me with the splinned thing, so I looked it up on the search bar also not providing me with a clear answer. I guess it’s just a stronger kind of something but is it a gear, hub or cranks?
Isn’t it odd how you will get long-winded and detailed explanations about how such and such a person would be wasting his or her time by answering your question? Welcome to the forums.
By the way, are you possibly referring to a typo? Perhaps what you are trying to learn about is actually ‘spinning,’ which is spinning in a pirouette fashion very quickly by constantly turning and pedalling.
Hmmm…are you trying to tease some meaning out of the IP’s text? Tough with the typos and all. As you say, I would be wasting my time telling him that he’s looking for information about a splined hub. I wouldn’t want to do that on my own so I’ll ask you to do it for me. And after you’re done with that would you Google the word “lazy” for me? I’m too busy giving long-winded and detailed explanations. Legible and coherent, mind you, but long-winded and detailed just the same.
I think he wants to know what “splined” means.
@harper you do or did teach math right? so then why are you so obsessed with grammar on the interweb
no periods are required and you dont have to capitalize or add aposthrophes cuz you still understand wat im saying without them
What? Sorry, I didn’t get that.
And i even did all my math homework tonight just for you
Punctuation is kind of handy. Helps to not only convey an actual meaning with the words you put down. And it gives you more voice so you are actually interesting to read.
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And this is what Harper’s nightmares look like.
Can anyone post the link where it says that hopping on top of a paint line is level 7?
Here is the link:
A panda walks into a café. He orders a sandwich, eats it, then draws a gun and proceeds to fire it at the other patrons.
‘Why?’ asks the confused, surviving waiter amidst the carnage, as the panda makes towards the exit. The panda produces a badly punctuated wildlife manual and tosses it over his shoulder.
‘Well, I’m a panda,’ he says, at the door. ‘Look it up.’
The waiter turns to the relevant entry in the manual and, sure enough, finds an explanation. ‘Panda. Large black-and-white bear-like mammal, native to China. Eats, shoots and leaves.’
That last one was good. Made me smile.
okay that pand thing was funny but
I’m sorry, I shouldn’t have not used punctuation; it makes you sound more interesting!
its all just distractions and flair from real meaning by no means will i badmouth u for using it but when harper nulls what i say just cuz i didnt capitalize a word is dumb
you might :)as well just use:D emotions for flair;)