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Day 55: “Flingability” Tests

“Flingability” is a technical term.

It is only used by experts in the field.

When a promising new source of material is found, an expert must be called in to perform “flingability tests.”

Depending on test results, aspiring “flingers in training” may wish to incorporate the new material into their daily (hourly) practice sessions.

Well this looks quite flingable!
This material is quite intriguing! It is small, white, round – it has all the preliminary hallmarks of excellent “flingability.”
But to be sure I will have to test my theory.
But I will have to conduct the tests to be sure.
I will just select the first test subject.
I will just select the first test subject.
And a 1, and a 2.....
And a 1, and a 2…..
Whoa.
Whoa.
Not bad! Not bad at all.
Whatever this stuff is, it just passed the “flingability tests” with flying colors.
Mom - preliminary tests indicate this new small white material shows much promise.
Now where is my large featherless secretary to write up the official report?

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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2 thoughts on “Day 55: “Flingability” Tests

  1. Ha! Harley just did this with a corn chip. He figured out if he twists his beak quickly while biting he can flip a piece out into the room, then he stops to see where it went before he tries it again! He has been making a mess with chips for many years, this is the first I have seen him notice what makes it flip better and farther, he is studying now and I think will go for his Masters degree! I am just going for the vacuum again….

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