Overhead Backward Toe Toss (The stuff on this webpage was mentioned on page 137 in my book)

Hi! Cheesie said it was okay, so I am Georgie Sinkoff writing this page instead of Cheesie Mack.

I can do a neat trick with my toes. Cheesie wrote about it in his book:

Georgie just grabbed his wet swimsuit off the floor Cheesie is right! I am an excellent athlete. -Georgiewith his toes and flipped it backward up over his head. Georgie is a very excellent athlete. He didn’t even look. He just stuck his hands out in front of him, and the suit flew over his head and landed—plop—right on them. (I cannot do this. But I have a diagram of how to do it on my website. You can try it if you want.)

drawing of an aircraft carrier with a plane taking offCheesie asked me to do the diagram of how I do it. So here are some pictures I drew. I want to be a cartoonist when I grow up. Or else a Navy fighter pilot on an aircraft carrier.

  1. Stand right over your bathing suit. Or underwear.
    A boy standing with a swimsuit on the floor in front of him
  2. Make sure there are no breakable things around you. Like lamps, flower vases, or valuable knickknacks that your parents will kill for if you break them.
    Drawing of a boy with a thought bubble containing a broken lamp and vase
  3. Grab your bathing suit with your toes. Hold your arms out in front with your palms up.
    Drawing of a boy picking up a bathing suit with his toes
  4. Flip your leg backwards and up, and let go with your toes at the end of your flip.
    Drawing of a boy kicking a bathing suit backwards over his head
  5. Your underwear will fly up over your head and land in your hands.
    Drawing of a boy smiling and holding the bathing suit

If it doesn’t work, you have to practice. It took me a long time to get good at this.

Cheesie now writing:

Please tell me if you can do this trick.I still cannot do it!

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Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. hi cheesie and all the other kids who read this, i couldn’t do this because my foot is broken, but reesiecups comment about doing this by herself and not knowing other people did it too got me thinking. ehat things do i do that other people probably do too, and i think im the only one who does it? for example, on car rides i like to imagine that theres an invisible man of sorts parkouring on everything! like running on telephone wires, jumping over cars, climbing on buildings… does any1 else do this??? if yes what other things do you do you do that other peopeple might do also?

  2. Well mabye since my dad was a teacher at my old elem. school, He can get u to visit my old school and i can take a day off.

    1. Excellent idea! I have visited schools in Richmond before…and I would love to come back. Your dad could contact me through this page.

  3. I’ve been doing that for years before I read this book! I didn’t know other people did it too… 🙂 P.S. I love your books!!!!

    1. Cool! Maybe next year you can visit me in 6th grade at Moody Middle School in September! I’ll ask my dad about it and he can tell the principal. Look for a letter from me soon! P.S. Like I said, your books are amazerific!!!!

  4. I can pick up a shirt with my toes but I can’t throw clothes over my head with my toes, but I’ll try!

  5. I have been able to do that trick for as long as I can remember, it is so fun!!

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