Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Inline Skateboard

Training wheels optional
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I've seen those board punks do some pretty amazing things with a skateboard...Isn't it time we raise the stakes.
Salted Nuts, Apr 15 2004

Like this http://www.ashlar.c...o_inline_skate2.jpg
[skinflaps, Oct 17 2004]

And this http://images.googl...oe%3DUTF-8%26sa%3DN
[skinflaps, Oct 17 2004]

Or this http://www.a2xtreme.com/2000/0057.htm
[Worldgineer, Oct 17 2004]

Or this http://members.aol....dusa/blademain.html
[Worldgineer, Oct 17 2004]

But not like this http://www.boarding...e/aug_01/Prflo.html
[Letsbuildafort, Oct 17 2004]

How about this http://www.zonezero...s/lewis/5.small.jpg
[Kiddythinkinggood, Oct 17 2004]


       Looks like its pretty baked then.
skinflaps, Apr 15 2004

       what is there to vote on?
Kiddythinkinggood, Apr 15 2004

       Maybe we could vote on whether training wheels are necessary.
Salted Nuts, Apr 15 2004

       To make it a real challenge make it a mono-wheel. Put rubber pads at front and end of the board with the wheel at the center. They lean back they brake, they lean forward they brake too, but immediately fall flat on their faces. Ha Ha.
kbecker, Apr 15 2004

       whatever happened to unicycles? I like those.
zigness, Apr 17 2004


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