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    You should buy him a reptile Chris I bet he'd love learning about them.
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    Oh wow.

    How old is he Chris?





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    I am amazed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire, post: 223824
    Oh wow.

    How old is he Chris?
    He is 9




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    We'll see how he reacts to the reptiles in Kenya they have some lovely Agumas I think

    He gets his brains from his crazycatlady and the ice cream control from his father :D

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    Uromastyx malliensis make fantastic pets, they're vegetarian so no worrying about crickets or mice, and they stay relativly small compared to bearded dragons or iguanas ()
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 223827
    He gets his brains from his crazycatlady and the ice cream control from his father :D


    Has he ever tried Sport Stacking?

    YouTube - Amazing Sport Stacking Records
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    Quote Originally Posted by MystikPiglit, post: 223843


    Has he ever tried Sport Stacking?

    YouTube - Amazing Sport Stacking Records
    YOu are a mind reader - he has beeninto this for a couple of years on and off as well - seems all the people who do Maths , Origami, rubiks cubes etc also like speed stacking

    His record for the cycle stack is 12.59 seconds

    Mine needs to be recorded using a calendaror something that works in geological time -( I also suffer from a form of 'Speed stacking Tourettes syndrome :D )

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    It's fascinating to watch, isn't it. I've never had a go, it makes me dizzy just trying to watch the record holders.


    Quote Originally Posted by Skywatcher, post: 223867
    His record for the cycle stack is 12.59 seconds
    That's pretty good for his age. Would he like to enter competitions, or is it just a hobby?
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    It comes and goes in phases - they lie untouched for months on end and then he does it obsessively for acoupe of weeks.

    Not sure he could cope with the stress of a competition to be honest but he meets the 'criteria' which I think is sub 15 seconds

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