Wednesday, March 18, 2009


Noodles are very good. Yay.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Another one of those weird posts

Hello, today I thought it might be nice to tell you about one of our best-kept secrets. Then, I came to my senses and realized that if I posted it on the internet, It would no longer be a secret. So I decided that instead, I would tell you how to make a rollercoaster.

First, a rollercoaster needs a vehicle that can go on it. Take a large metal frame, and hammer into a good shape. Next, we need some wheels. Go to your local frisby farm (if you happen to live in a place without a frisby farm, try looking for a few roundish objects that are pretty close in size). Then, take your Frisbys (preffered) or your roundish things and place them near the bottom of your frame. Place a swiveling office chair inside, so that people can sit in it and turn around in case they wanted to see some scenery behind them.

Now, we come to the tracks. Since real metal tracks are very expensive, I like to use dog tracks instead. If you don't have a dog, Or it is very small and you are afraid the tracks won't be big and exciting, then you can use most animals, though wild animals are sometimes unfriendly. You can always use your tracks, too. First, make some mud. Pour water on some dirt to do this. Next, step in the mud to make some tracks, or throw a bone across to the other side and watch as your dog runs over to get it, making tracks in the process.

Finally, place your vehicle onto the tracks. You have now made your first Roller-Coaster!