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    What Your Favorite Miraculous Ladybug Ship Says About You
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    What Your Favorite Miraculous Ladybug Ship Says About You

    November 18, 2019


    You just want good things for Marinette,
    which, based off what I’ve seen does not seem to be a universal sentiment You want to be wooed by Chat Noir You love a blushy lovestruck dork so
    much that one day you were like “hey, you know what’s better than one lovestruck dork two lovestruck dorks” You’re always a sucker for dramatic irony [IT’S LIKE RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIN] You have waded through over
    three years and 70 episodes worth of emotional investment in the
    relationship equivalent of a Scooby Doo door gag and it has smoothed over your
    brain and turned it to mush. You’ve gotten to the point where anytime you see these two clowns alone together, your mind reverts back to that of a
    seven-year-old girl frantically smashing her dolls’ faces into each other and yelling NOW KISS!!! You like the dynamic of Ladynoir, but you have HAD IT with all of these love square shenanigans Your ideal relationship dynamic is a couple of nerds nerding out together Your ideal relationship dynamic is just
    girls being friends. Gals bein’ pals Your ideal relationship dynamic is that
    one clip from Mean Girls where they’re talking about Regina George and that one girl is like “One time, she punched me in the face… it was awesome.” Your ideal date involves getting pinned up against the wall by your sworn enemy as they place the tip of
    their sword just underneath your chin and use it to tilt your head up a little You’re always a sucker for a man with a guitar You really liked the ending of Adventure Time You spend your afternoons posted up
    outside the Zagtoon office panhandling for Chloé character development Two possibilities: Either you find Nathalie’s devotion to Gabriel extremely romantic and compelling and a sort of “this is so sad can we get 50 likes” kinda way OR you think most of the problems in this show could have been avoided if Gabriel had
    just gotten a good rebound Your top priorities are keeping things gay and
    keeping things canon You saw one of those memes where
    the two bros have like those really tender homoerotic moments and you were like “yeah I could probably get a good 100,000 words of fanfic out of this premise This is just the same joke as Chloé and Marinette but you’re also heterosexual You’re just here for some wholesome side characters You’re just here for some pretty boys You think Miraculous has only
    gone downhill since season one You’re always a sucker for a friendly rivalry You think Adrien is
    cool and all but you cannot stand Marinette’s inability to talk to him You are either so fed up with Marinette’s creepy stalker behavior towards Adrien that you just want to see her suffer as
    much as possible or you are a masterful troll [IT’S JOKE] You don’t understand why everybody’s so mad that season three finale was great! [Congratulations!][Congratulations!]

    What Your Favorite Avatar Ship Says About You (Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra)
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    What Your Favorite Avatar Ship Says About You (Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra)

    November 18, 2019


    [ ♪ Rossini – Overture from La gazza ladra ♪ ] Looking back on your childhood, you can pinpoint Avatar: the Last Airbender as the beginning of your crippling addiction to edgy boys who have trouble talking about their feelings. You are a firm believer in keeping things canon and keeping things wholesome. You are a firm believer in the inherent eroticism of getting dunked on. Your ideal high school romance is jock/nerd. Your ideal high school romance is nerd/goth. Your ideal high school romance is goth/goth. Your addiction to edgy boys got so bad that one day you were like, “Hey!” “You know what’s better than one edgy boy?” “TWO edgy boys.” You were absolutely fucking THRILLED when BE GAY DO CRIMES became the hot new meme. Half of you came here after shipping Draco and Harry, half of you came here after shipping Sasuke and Naruto, ALL of you are now shipping Deku and Todoroki. You just wanted good things for Toph, and really… …who wouldn’t? You liked the dynamic from Zutara but you liked Azula even more. You’re kind of annoyed that the thing this ship is most well-known for is that one scene where Zuko says “That’s rough, buddy.” You want a girlfriend who not only can kick your ass but will do so upon request. You are heterosexual. You’re always a sucker for a good meet-cute… …and you’re heterosexual. Your ideal relationship dynamic is sitcom-wife/sitcom-husband. You are a lesbian who loves MILFs. Also, you probably read the comic. You don’t understand why anyone would fuck around with an unstable love/hate relationship when there’s a perfectly happy marriage right there. You don’t understand why anyone would care about a happy marriage when there’s an unstable love/hate relationship to fuck around with. You are a firm believer in the inherent eroticism of buddy comedies. You are a firm believer in MEN GETTING PEGGED. This is just the same joke as Korrasami but even more so and with no canon validation. You just wanted good things for Jinora, and really… …who wouldn’t? Your ideal date involves wacky hijinks after which, PAIN ensues. “That’s rough buddy.”

    What Your Favorite Homestuck Ship Says About You
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    What Your Favorite Homestuck Ship Says About You

    November 17, 2019


    Your ideal relationship dynamic is guys being dudes [What’s better than this?] Your ideal relationship dynamic is enemies to friends to lovers Your ideal relationship dynamic is the pale quadrant Your ideal relationship dynamic is [TWO BROS, CHILLIN IN A HOT TUB] [FIVE FEET APART CUZ THEY’RE NOT GAY] But the plot twist is that they actually are gay This is just the same joke as John and Dave but you’re also always a slut for canon validation You thought all the other
    black quadrant couples in this series didn’t hate each other enough You just wanted good things for Nepeta and really, who wouldn’t? Your ideal date involves being stupid together Your ideal date involves getting stepped on Your ideal date involves pretending you’re not on a date because actually going on a real date wouldn’t be ironic enough You’re always a slut for a
    constant state of mild resentment You are a firm believer in the inherent
    eroticism of sesquipedalian verbosity You are a firm believer in the inherent
    eroticism of trolling You are a firm believer in the inherent eroticism of getting really angry over some bullshit that probably doesn’t even matter You tried to matchmake your friend with “issues” with your other friend with the
    opposite kind of “issues” because in theory they would even out and it would all work You think Vriska did nothing wrong You think Vriska did everything wrong You think Vriska did some things wrong You don’t understand why the edgy
    boys have to hate the SJWs and the SJWs have to hate the edgy boys, why
    can’t they all just be friends and possibly smooch each other? You believe the best relationships are built on a solid foundation of dank memes You got into Homestuck shortly after the end of your Hetalia phase You just wanted good things for Eridan. Which, one could argue could have saved everybody A LOT of trouble You ship Jake and Dirk but didn’t want these two to be left out of the romance. Perfectly balanced as all things should be If you had a gun with
    two bullets and you were trapped in a room with Hitler, Stalin, and Eridan you’d shoot Eridan twwice You want a girlfriend who’s smarter than you You want a girlfriend who’s smarter than you but you’re also heterosexual When you were in high school, you experienced a moment of unmitigated glee
    when your really sheltered innocent friend finally said “fuck” This is just the same joke as Dave and Dave’s bro but you don’t understand why anyone would
    ship a character who doesn’t even have have any lines Your interest in Dave’s
    existing relationship dynamics is outweighed by your belief in Karkat’s shipping chart Your interest in Dirk’s existing relationship dynamics is outweighed by your identification with Roxy’s thirst Your interest in both these characters’ existing relationship dynamics is outweighed by your need for
    a girlfriend who could kick your ass You don’t understand why all the big monsterfucker ships are male/male or male/female shouldn’t lesbians be able to
    fuck monsters just as well as everyone else

    Sugar Beach Resort Vacation Condos on Maui – Video Tour
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    Sugar Beach Resort Vacation Condos on Maui – Video Tour

    November 16, 2019


    The Sugar Beach Resort sits ocean-front in North Kihei along five miles of white sand beach. Take a dip in the refreshing ocean-front pool, practice your putting before you hit the
    links, or even grill up your barbecue lunch or dinner as you listen to the waves crash on the beach. Don’t forget to stop the on-site
    activities shop to book your Maui adventure. The one-bedroom ocean-front condos are over seven hundred square feet and have full kitchens. Open the lanai door and enjoy the
    sound of the ocean. Make your Maui adventure a memorable one, and stay at the Sugar Beach Resort.

    The Ship Song | Sydney Opera House
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    The Ship Song | Sydney Opera House

    November 16, 2019


    ♫ Come sail your ships
    around me ♫ ♫ And burn your
    bridges down ♫ ♫ We make a little
    history baby ♫ ♫  Every time you
    come around ♫ ♫ Come loose your
    dogs upon me ♫ ♫ And let your hair
    hang down ♫ ♫ You are a little
    mystery to me ♫ ♫ Every time you
    calling ’round ♫ ♫ We talk about it
    all night long ♫ ♫ We define our
    moral ground ♫ ♫ But when I crawl
    into your arms ♫ ♫ Everything comes
    tumbling down ♫ ♫ Come sail your ships
    around me ♫ ♫ And burn your
    bridges down ♫ ♫ We make a little
    history baby ♫ ♫ Every time you
    come around ♫ ♫ Your face has
    fallen sad now ♫ ♫ For you know the
    time is nigh ♫ ♫ When I must remove
    your wings ♫ ♫ And you,
    you must try to fly ♫ ♫ Come sail your ships
    around me ♫ ♫ And burn your
    bridges down ♫ ♫ We make a little
    history baby ♫ ♫ Every time you
    come around ♫ ♫ Come loose your dogs
    upon me ♫ ♫ And let your hair
    hang down ♫ ♫ You are a little mystery
    to me ♫ ♫ Every time you call
    around ♫

    SPRAY PAINT ART –  Black’n’ White Ship
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    SPRAY PAINT ART – Black’n’ White Ship

    November 16, 2019


    Welcome to Skech’s SPRAY PAINTING , crafting and DIY Art. Hey guys for today SPRAY PAINT picture I’ll use just two colors black and white so… LETS ROLL IT !!! Hey guys Thanks for watching this video if u like it and if u want to support me click LIKE down below, share it with your firiends if u have some questions be free to ask me down below in the comment box I really love to read your comments and to answer on your questions, And if u didn’t subscribe yet, consider SUBSCRIBING for more futureing videos. Also don’t forget to check description box, I’ll put there links for equipment and things that i use in my videos STAY TUNED !

    How to Ship Internationally
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    How to Ship Internationally

    November 16, 2019


    SO, YOU’RE MAILING SOMETHING INTERNATIONALLY? THE UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE® PROVIDES
    A RANGE OF COST-EFFECTIVE SERVICE OPTIONS FOR YOU TO CHOOSE FROM. WHETHER YOU ARE SHIPPING TO AUSTRIA OR ZIMBABWE,
    WE’LL GET YOUR PACKAGE WHERE IT NEEDS TO GO. LET’S SAY YOU HAVE SOME IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS
    YOU NEED TO EXPEDITE TO YOUR BUSINESS PARTNER IN CANADA. GLOBAL EXPRESS GUARANTEED® IS A GREAT WAY
    TO SEE THAT IT GETS THERE IN ONE BUSINESS DAY TO MANY DESTINATIONS IN CANADA, WITH DATE-CERTAIN
    DELIVERY WITH A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. SOME EXCEPTIONS APPLY. NOW, LET’S SAY YOU HAVE THIS SOCCER BALL
    – OR FŪTBOL – WHICH YOU WANT TO SEND TO YOUR NIECE IN SPAIN. YOU WANT IT TO ARRIVE
    BEFORE HER FIRST FUTBOL PRACTICE, TWO WEEKS FROM NOW. YOU COULD USE A FREE FLAT RATE BOX
    FROM YOUR LOCAL POST OFFICE™, AND SHIP IT PRIORITY MAIL INTERNATIONAL®. IT WILL BE
    DELIVERED IN ABOUT 6-10 BUSINESS DAYS. OH WAIT, HER PRACTICE IS NEXT WEEK. USE PRIORITY
    MAIL EXPRESS INTERNATIONAL®. WE’RE COMMITTED TO GET IT THERE IN 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS – JUST
    IN TIME. IT’LL COST A BIT MORE, BUT THIS SERVICE
    OFFERS A DATE-CERTAIN MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE TO SPAIN AND OTHER SELECT COUNTRIES. IF YOU HAVE NO TIME CONSTRAINTS ON YOUR SHIPMENT,
    YOU COULD USE FIRST-CLASS PACKAGE INTERNATIONAL SERVICE®. IT’S AN ECONOMICAL WAY TO SHIP
    SMALL PACKAGES UP TO 4 POUNDS. ONCE YOU’VE SELECTED THE RIGHT SERVICE,
    CONSIDER ANY ADDITIONAL INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INSURANCE OR EXTRA SERVICES THAT YOU’D LIKE
    TO ADD… … AND THEN MAKE SURE YOU FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES… FIRST, MAKE SURE YOU’VE CHECKED THE RESTRICTED
    ITEMS LIST FOR THE DESTINATION COUNTRY TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT SENDING ANY PROHIBITED
    ITEMS. THIS LIST VARIES PER COUNTRY. ALSO, MAKE SURE YOU MEET THE SIZE AND WEIGHT
    LIMITS FOR YOUR INTERNATIONAL SHIPMENT. AGAIN, THIS MAY VARY. YOU’LL ALSO NEED TO LABEL YOUR PACKAGE WITH
    APPROPRIATE ADDRESSES, POSTAGE, AND CUSTOMS INFORMATION. WE RECOMMEND USING CLICK-N-SHIP® OR THE USPS.COM®
    CUSTOMS FORM ONLINE TOOL TO HELP YOU COMPLETE A CUSTOMS FORM. OR YOU CAN FILL OUT A 2976-R
    FORM AT THE POST OFFICE™, AND OUR RETAIL SYSTEM WILL GENERATE THE CORRECT DOCUMENT
    FOR THE SERVICE YOU CHOOSE. FOR HIGH VOLUME SHIPPERS, WE OFFER FREE SHIPPING SOFTWARE. YOU CAN ALSO USE CLICK-N-SHIP® ON USPS.COM®
    TO CALCULATE YOUR POSTAGE AND PRINT YOUR LABELS ONLINE, ENSURING EACH LABEL IS CREATED CORRECTLY. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING,
    GO TO USPS.COM® OR VISIT YOUR LOCAL POST OFFICE™. AND CONTINUE TO WATCH OUR “SHIPPING
    TIPS” SERIES, TO LEARN MORE.

    How To Cast Fly Fishing For Beginners
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    How To Cast Fly Fishing For Beginners

    November 16, 2019


    (soft upbeat music) – [Instructor]
    During this lesson, we’ll cover the
    basics of casting. We’ll demonstrate how
    to properly cast a fly the first time
    you’re on the water. Remember, practice
    makes perfect, and even after fly
    fishing for 30 plus years, I’m still working
    on my form every day to improve my abilities. We will cover typical
    overhead casting and a slightly more advanced
    cast call the roll cast. Both of these are simple moves and can be used on every stretch
    of water that you fly fish. If you’ve never
    picked up a fly rod, please go back to our
    introductory video on rod set-up so you have a good
    understanding of the basics of that fly rod. Before attempting to use
    a real fly on the river, I recommend you do some
    practicing in a safe place. Try your backyard,
    driveway, alleyway, any place you can find
    without any obstructions. Next, tie on a thick,
    bright piece of yarn to the end of your tippet. This will act as your fly for
    the introductory sessions. This way, you’ll be able to
    cast to your heart’s desire without worrying about hooking
    yourself in the process. Trust me, catching one in the
    back of the head is no fun. First, use your down
    arm for casting. If you’re right-handed,
    use your right hand. If you’re left-handed,
    use your left hand. Start by gripping the
    rod above the reel, almost like a handshake. Your thumb should rest slightly
    to the side of the handle. If your fly rod is
    set up properly, then
    you should be able to find a balancing
    point on your rod. If you were to hold your rod with your finger
    underneath the midpoint, it would be perfectly
    balanced from left to right. You also want your rod
    to be relatively aligned with your forearm. The fly rod is, in essence,
    an extension of your arm. Start with it
    relaxed in your hand with your index finger
    grasping your fly line below. Think of this as the
    stop of your line shooting out into the water. As we work on
    getting longer casts, I’ll show you how
    to use both hands to pull more line
    from your reel. This is commonly known
    as shooting the line, and it gets a lot
    more interesting as soon as we get
    further in the lessons. The pick up and the lay down. Now, before we cast,
    it should be noted that what we were actually
    doing is making two casts, one behind us and then
    one in front of us. One of the key things for
    precision casting is making sure that our rod travels in the
    straightest line possible. If your arm starts to make
    a figure-eight motion, your fly will not have the
    load needed from the rod to hit the target you
    are trying to approach. The key is to make sure that
    you draw a straight line. Imagine the tip of
    your rod as a pencil, and if you were to draw
    a line on the wall, you would want it as
    straight as possible. What we’re trying to
    do is get your fly rod to do all the work. So, how do we do this? The weight of your fly line,
    not the leader or the tippet, is what creates the bend and
    the force in the fly rod, so make sure you have your
    line out before casting. On our back cast, you must
    have a smooth acceleration to a stop and then a pause,
    and then our forward cast, another smooth
    acceleration to a stop. This will get our
    line in a motion that will create a tight loop, transferring energy from
    the rod down to the line and then allowing your fly
    to land softly on the water. The back cast. For starters, pull
    out 10 to 15 feet of your line in front of you. Then start with your
    rod tip nice and low. Imagine that it’s
    touching the water. As you lift your
    line off the ground, concentrate on having a
    nice, smooth acceleration from front to back. Some people go
    directly over the head, others go 3/4, similar
    to a pitcher in baseball. Some cast as if they’re skipping
    rock or throwing side arm. It comes down to your personal
    preference and comfort, so go ahead and try different
    options until you find one that feels best for you. For beginners, I recommend
    going straight up and straight down. The key is to make sure you’re
    drawing a straight line. Envision trying to draw that
    straight line on the wall with a pencil. Imagine that tip of
    the rod of your pencil, and if you’re gonna draw
    a line on that wall, it’s gotta be a
    straight as possible. As you lift your
    line out of the water and bring it back
    over your head, you’ll stop around the
    10 o’clock location. Pause for a moment and watch
    your line go all the way back until it’s fully
    extended behind you. When it reaches the apex, start your smooth
    acceleration forward. If you don’t pause and wait, you’ll most likely hear a
    snapping or a crack sound, like a whip. This is because your line
    is now fully extended and you’re bringing the
    movement of the line through way too quickly,
    and this creates a reaction at the fly zone. Make sure you’re
    watching your back cast until you’re
    completely comfortable. This is the best way of
    making yourself pause so you get full extension
    of that fly line. As soon as it reaches the end, this is when you start your
    smooth acceleration forward. The forward cast. As your cast is coming forward, you’re not gonna
    drop your rod tip to the water like we did
    when we first started. Instead, you’re gonna
    stop when the rod tip is about eye-level
    and pause there. This will send your fly
    line shooting forward, making a nice loop presentation where the energy is extended
    through the fly line and losing most of its energy
    before it gets to the fly. This will allow your fly to
    have a nice, soft landing. So, why is this typically
    called the pick up and the lay down? When you’re on the water
    and your line is extended, you’re, in essence,
    picking up the line and then laying it back down. When you’re practicing,
    we immediately went
    from down to low to 10 o’clock position. When you’re on the water, you’ll
    notice that, in this case, this is a huge
    disruption in the water, spooking these elusive trout, so we’re gonna add one more
    stage to this presentation. As your rod tip is down, we’re
    going to slowly bring it up to a parallel level
    with the water before we start our back cast. This will give you
    enough line out of the water to
    start your back cast without disrupting
    the water surface. (soft upbeat music) Let’s start out
    and grab your rod to get the feel of the line
    accelerating off your arm. On the next video,
    we’ll be discussing how to get more line out
    so you can reach trout further distances away. So, you’ve been working
    on your back cast with your smooth acceleration
    from a stop and then a pause, and on to your forward cast
    with another smooth acceleration to a stop, and you’re
    probably wondering, okay, this is easy, how do I
    get the line out to go further? Well, that’s easy, it’s
    called shooting the line. Shooting the line
    is when you start to practice adding your
    opposing arm into the mix. First, start by having your
    index finger on your rod engaged on the line. Next, with your opposing arm, pull out additional
    line from the reel. I typically will only
    strip out enough line that it touches the water. Any more than that typically
    will get caught up in my boots or my waders. What we’re trying to
    accomplish here is, by releasing the trigger
    finger from the rod hand in just the right moment
    in the forward cast, to let line go shooting out. So, how do we do this? As you’re accelerating
    through your forehand cast, look for your line to
    start make its final curl. As soon as it makes
    this nice, big loop, you can release your
    index finger, the trigger, and the weight of the movement of the line will carry the
    excess out towards your target. Keep a secure hold in your
    line with your opposing hand, as this will help guide the
    line to its final resting spot and you’ll be able to get
    ready to start stripping or mending-in, for a line
    for a perfect presentation to that fish. Like with most sports,
    this takes practice, so don’t get frustrated if
    you don’t nail this technique on the first try, but
    in the minute you do, you’re gonna start having
    personal distance tournaments with yourself to see how far
    you can get that line out. On the next video, we’re
    gonna talk about a technique called rolled casting. This is where if you’re
    in a tight situation with a tree or bush behind you, how you’re able to
    extend that fly out to get that location of
    where that trout is feeding.

    Customize your Fishing Kayak | Top 5 Tips for Kayak Anglers
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    Customize your Fishing Kayak | Top 5 Tips for Kayak Anglers

    November 15, 2019


    This episode of Kayak Fishing Tales is
    brought to you by the ACA. Improving the paddle sports experience for over a
    century. Learn more at AmericanCanoe.org One of the funnest parts of kayak fishing is customizing your fishing kayak to fit
    your individual needs, and so in this video, we’re gonna look at the top five ways to customize your fishing kayak. Number 1 – Install gear tracks on your kayak. Gear tracks allow you to quickly attach and remove accessories
    from your kayak so you can modify your layout to fit the type of fishing that
    you’re going to be doing that day. Although the higher quality fishing kayaks already come with your tracks installed, you’ll probably still want to mount a few more so that your kayak is as customizable as possible. Number 2 – Use a light and flagpole on your kayak. One of the problems with kayak fishing
    is that kayaks are much smaller, and lower profile than other boats, and so
    a light or flagpole are important pieces of safety here to let others know you’re
    out there. Number 3 – add a fish finder to your
    kayak. Fish finders are extremely helpful for finding fish, or finding fish holding structure and deep water. If you do get one, i highly recommend getting a fish finder
    that has GPS. GPS can let you mark and find your way back to great fishing
    spots, and even more importantly it can help you find your way back to the
    launch, especially when it’s getting dark, or
    when there is fog rolling in. Number 4 – add deck padding to your kayak. One of the huge advantages of kayak fishing over boat fishing is how quiet they are, and how
    they will let you sneak up on fish. But if you knock your boat with your paddle, or drop anything on the deck of your kayak, it’s like beating aloud, fish spooking
    drum. This is why deck padding is making a big (but quiet) splash in the kayak fishing market. By placing the padding anywhere you’re prone to knocking the boat, you’ll dramatically improve your stealth on
    the water. The 5th and final top way to customize
    your kayak, is to use an anchor system. One of the great things about fishing
    kayaks is that they’re so maneuverable. But the trade-off is that even a light
    wind can blow you all over the place, which is why having an anchor is so
    important. The most common anchoring system for shallow water kayak fishing,
    is the stakeout pole, which you plant in the ground through a scupper hole, or through a loop attached to the side of your kayak. Better yet, you can even get a
    remote-controlled stake out pole that mounts to the stern of your kayak. In
    deeper water, typical anchoring systems work best, and
    it’s a good idea to attach them to your kayak with some type of quick release
    mechanism, so that you can break free anytime you need to. One other thing
    about anchoring is that anchoring in fast-moving water can flip your
    kayak in a heartbeat, and so you’re best off not using an anchor if you’re in significant current. So there you have it the top 5 ways
    to customize your fishing kayak. I hope you found this video helpful, and if you did, please subscribe to Kayak Fishing Tales YouTube channel. Until next time, I’m Jeff Herman hoping you have a safe and successful kayak fishing trip.

    Sailboat Craft Video / DIY Crafts by EconoCrafts
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    Sailboat Craft Video / DIY Crafts by EconoCrafts

    November 11, 2019


    Hi guys, this is Jenny with EconoCrafts, and
    today we’re going to learn how to make the sailboat craft. So, first take your eight out of 10 popsicle
    sticks and paint them any color you would like. Once you’ve painted them, let them dry. Next, you’re going to hot glue all of the
    popsicle sticks together so you create the base of your boat. Once the base is all glued it should look
    just like that. Next, flip it over, and take your last two
    popsicle sticks and glue them on either side of the sailboat’s base, just like that. Now, flip it over and put it to the side. Now take your straw and you’re gonna cut it
    about six inches. Take your construction paper at one of the
    ends and fold it to a triangle and then take your straw and measure it to the length of
    your sailboat’s sail and cut it out. Next, you’re going to bend the edge of your
    sail, and you’re going to take your scissor and you’re going to make two small cuts at
    either side of the sail. This is so the straw can thread through the
    sail. Take your straw and thread it through the
    sail of your sailboat, just like that. With your hot glue, with a generous amount,
    hot glue the bottom of a straw and stick it to the center of your sailboat. Finally, get a bowl of water and watch your
    sailboat float. You can find all the supplies you’ll need
    at econocrafts.com, link in the description below. If you enjoyed this video, please make sure
    to like and share to anyone who may benefit. We come out with new videos every week, so
    make sure you keep on your notification bell to get alerts whenever a new video is up. If you have any questions about arts and crafts
    or have any craft ideas, please let us know in the comments below. Thanks for watching.