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Mouse Riding

One-handed, adrenalin-filled action for desk jockeys with flexibility, coordination and fast reflexes
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At the front of the powered mouse are two sharp horns. In between is a braided cord to be twisted around the index finger. Thumb and ring finger spur rings are optional.

At random intervals, the mouse will suddenly start to buck, spin, rear back and jump from side to side. Holding the mouse button down for eight seconds can earn you passing points. Keeping your pinkie in the air and use of the spurs improves your score.

If your hand gets thrown off, stay clear of the gouging horns and kicking ball.

FarmerJohn, Feb 01 2005


       And I thought this was going to be about, well you know...er..mouse riding.
skinflaps, Feb 01 2005

       I tried not to - but you won - and I laughed. You got a flakey roll.
JungFrankenstein, Feb 01 2005

       cure for carpal tunnel?
dentworth, Feb 01 2005

       Spurs, mousies, pinkie points...+
blissmiss, Feb 01 2005

       "I'm afraid I'll have to take the rest of the day off sick, boss. I've had a bad fall on my index finger."
wagster, Feb 01 2005

       <off topic> I want to know what happened to the "Low Ink Warning" idea. </off topic>
bristolz, Feb 01 2005

       Ink ran out?
blissmiss, Feb 01 2005

       It was there earlier when I posted a link to a 29 cent transparent Bic pen.   

       I smell an illustration.
half, Feb 01 2005

       Yeah. Good sense of smell. Sigh. Oh well.
bristolz, Feb 01 2005

       Look in the mirror to see the rodeo clown.   

       I love the finger spurs. Yeeee-haw!
Machiavelli, Feb 01 2005

       Here's a bun to feed your mouse. +
xandram, Mar 29 2006

       Even without the horns, it would be nifty if your mouse could occasionally wander about the desk by itself.
bungston, Mar 29 2006

       So does yours [rcarty].
methinksnot, Mar 30 2006


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