I noticed a Frisbee shaped product in the adidas store last time I went in and was intrigued by the packaging. It’s an Ultimate Frisbee regulation disc (175 grams) and it retails for RM 19.90.
I don’t play Ultimate Frisbee, though I’ve heard of it, but long
time readers of sixthseal.com would know that I’m an easy sell,
especially when it comes with nifty packaging, so I got one (though for
what purpose, I couldn’t ascertain at the time of purchase). 😉
The Ultimate Frisbee regulation disc weighs 175 grams
and comes enclosed in a black adidas cardboard enclosure. It’s a
relatively light flying disc that has matte black coating and the
adidas logo prominently displayed on the front of the disc.
There are printed rules and regulations about the Ultimate Frisbee
game (“rumored to be a non-contact sport”) and it sounds interesting
enough, but considering I don’t play Ultimate Frisbee and don’t even
know why I got it in the first place – a (timely) revelation came to me
last night and I put it to good use:
Ultimate Ketamine! 😉
It’s an extreme form of ketamine insufflation (works with any white
powder actually e.g. coke, ketamine, insert your favorite sinus
delivery drug) where the matte black disc surface is used as a platform
for snorting ketamine instead of the usual mirror since the contrast
pretty much works the same. Heh!
More on Ultimate Ketamine soon – I’m totally bushed today, I just got off work at 9 pm…