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SkyMall Monday: Underwater Pogo Stick
I know what you're thinking. "But, Mike, a pogo stick in the pool? That's preposterous! Why not a Pogo Ball or a Sit 'n Spin?" Well, first of all, Pogo Balls are too small for our adult asses. I'm not sure if you've looked in the mirror lately, but you're not a kid anymore. Second of all, Sit 'n Spin has always been an inappropriate name for a toy. Why not just name it Flippin' Ya Off? But, since you insist on having the idea of pogo sticking in the water explained, I'll indulge you. Let's read the product description together, shall we?
Before anything can get wet, you must always start with a rigid ball (or two). When things get deeper, you need to be able to bound powerfully.This is the only pogo stick designed for use in swimming pools that allows you to perform a variety of waterborne stunts as you bounce off walls or bottoms. A rigid ball filled with water fits into the non-slip footrest, providing responsive push-off when compressed against a pool's floor with your body weight, and enables you to splash effortlessly in shallower water and bound powerfully through deeper water.
Everything is better when it's wetter, so it's about time we started moistening up our lives. Get bouncing, get jumping and, most importantly, get lubricated. Get the Underwater Pogo Stick.
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