Tuesday, July 27, 2010


Take a turtle. Put it on its back. Remember where the head is.

Don't worry, their only defense is sheltering themselves. They can't defend aggressively.

Grip the tail-end. Spin.

Look directly away from the epicenter.


Speak to the swirl in a funny upper-class British accent (don't worry if it's not accurate -- you should be alone by this point).

Note new position.

Place turtle shell-up.


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