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Discussion in 'General Slingshot Discussions' started by WildBill, Feb 1, 2014.
Hahahaha! Way to go Bill! You had me concerned for your safety, and that of your slingshot, when I saw the title of this post!
Nice subtleness again my wild friend!
You little bad as "s" got me on those "forkhits" (thinking:
why does´nt he recognize he´s doing something wrong?!)
Great to see everything is fine!- And that that fence is high enough
to serve and to protect your neighbourhood!
kind regards to MuahaHa!
That was funny. You should make more videos...
the title was a bit misleading tho.
If you tickle your funnybone a bit, you'll understand that the title was supposed to be misleading.
Very clever indeed!
And you have made me aware of a new use for my card table!
Hehehehehehe!!!!... Yes, I decided to make my first Omaha shooting something silly- yet performed with a deadpan style. I had planned doing this particular video for over a week now, and today was the day where I finally had all of the needed components to put it together. My only regret is that I shot my opening and final tags in the garage with no back light so I look like a shadowy demon- but there may be those that would think that such a vision is actually appropriate. In any case, there it is. So there.
ha ha ha ... you are the man WildBill, really the best "fork hits" ever shown, you just made my day ha ha ha ... I am sure I watched 2 fork hit in one shoot ! Fantastic ! ... now I will steal your idea for the most dangerous "fork hit" ha ha ... a breaking fork "fork hit"
btw ... nice yard in Omaha, I see a lot of potential for next summer lol !
Hahah your neighbors already thinck you are weird!!! Mission accomplished? Right?
Now that I live in Nebraska, I sincerely doubt that any of my neighbors think.
Well done WildBill, A much needed instructional video.... Now I know what I'm doing wrong.
Now you have to clamp all these forks into the vise and test if they are still strong enough to shovel bacon into your mouth!
Epic reply Jörg!
Those forks are a little small for bacon!
I don't get this one...
But I have to ask - who uses a fork to eat bacon???
Alright Mr. Bill, sneaky, sneaky, demonic Mr. Bill. I'm tuning in to see some serious damage to the moorhammer and I get comedy. Careful Bill, I believe this kind of deception is what started the "war of northern aggression".
OK, we use forks to eat with, Bill likes bacon(who doesn't). Thus we can assume that Bill might possibly use a fork eat his food as well. Bacon is food, food goes on fork, fork goes in mouth with food attached. Now heres the tough part, when we have a fork hit on a slingshot we put the frame in a vice and test the safety of said frame before shooting again. Jörg was making a double entendre about slingshots and silverware, saying Bill should make sure he wont hurt himself whilst eating the bacon he so loves. Twas much funnier without explanation.
I saw the title and the intro and thought, "Good on Bill, showing mistakes to help us all out". The reality was sooo much better!
A hearty laugh on a Sunday morning is always a good way to start the day
Nice vid from Omahahahaha...