Cool Tape Geto Frisbee

This is My first instructable so please go easy on comments. This is the ultimate camping frisbee because it is fold-up-able. Just in case u dont get why it is called geto it is because it is made out of tape. U probably think it sucks and dont want to make it U ARE HORRIBLY MISTAKEN. This frisbee flies very well as long as it is not bent up to much. and when it is gnarled and destroyed u can tape over it until it is stiff again.

P.S. please look at my paper G36 and rate and comment XD

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Step 1: Supplies

U will need-
-2paper plates
-tape (preferably not scotch)
-compass (the circle drawer thing(optional))

Step 2: Cut Out the Middle

cut out the middle of each plate.

Step 3: TAPE!!!!!

Sorry i get a little crazy over TAPE!!!!! U probaly want about 3-5 layers of tape for a goood frisbee.

Step 4: U R DONE

U are now done have fun with my geto frisbee! Dont forget to decorate your frisbee with color tape and rate and comment.

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    10 Discussions


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Cool frisbee, but last time i checked "geto" is actually spelled "ghetto"

    mr. cool 384

    10 years ago on Introduction

    sorry for that i have been texting a lot thanks for viewing my hellishly sucky crap frisbee


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Very cool, it ended up looking a lot better than I expected when I started reading. If you don't mind some constructive criticism, I have a few things to say :P 1.) "Geto" is actually spelled "ghetto" 2.) You should probably replace the "U"s with "You"s and the "R"s with "are"s. It's readable, but using internet shorthand makes an otherwise decent Instructable look kinda lame. 3.) Maybe just elaborate on putting the 2 plates together. It's obvious from the pictures if you click through them, but if you're just reading the text and looking at the first picture in each step, it isn't really obvious.

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    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    sorry I have been texting a lot and thank you for commenting in my total crap frisbee I am open to friendly criticism