To get rid of weebles throw them off the empire state building if that does not work smash tem with a hammer!!!
When you throw the tennis ball, it flies for a distance before dropping down because when you throw the tennis ball, you use force, which is transferred to the tennis ball, which then converts to kinetic energy (movement energy), to allow the tennis ball to go far.
you throw a ball and the one has got catch i t with a tennis racket
Smash it on the ground, throw it at a tree, put it through a wood chipper, eat it, throw it off the side of the Empire State Building, use it as a drumstick, put it in a boiling oven, use it as a bowling pin, shoot at it with a shotgun, slap it with a wet noodle until dead, use it as a test dummy for guns, destroy it with your mind, drop it from a helicopter, ask someone else to destroy it, submerge it in acid, submerge it in magma, throw it at a building, bury it, flamethrower it, ask Chuck Norris to roundhouse kick it, get it trampled by a horse.
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you eat a fish, construct a diagram of an elephant, eat cheese flavoured chickens, throw a can of baked beans out of the window of a dog, marry a bicycle, and the coke can is fired off of the roof for you at a cost 24 telephone poles.
You should be able to throw a baseball faster, since it has more weight and the wind resistance is not that great on the heavier baseball as it is on the lighter tennis ball.
Because tennis comes from a french word "Tenn" and "is". "Tenn" means "throw to" and "is" means "to catch".
You are lying on your back, looking up at the sky, and throwing it upwards. Earth's gravity will make the tennis ball come back to you.
you throw the ball in the air and hit it
depends on strength
You are probably thinking of the Statue of Liberty, which is located on Liberty Island. Also, the Ellis Island Immigration Center is located on Ellis Island, which is just a stone's throw away from Liberty Island. Also, the borough of Manhattan is an island, and it has many famous landmarks on it, such as the Empire State Building, the Flatiron Building, Ground Zero, Rockefeller Center, and many others.
This is because the javelin is much heavier, but at the same time it is very aerodynamic. Hence once you get strong, you could throw the javelin farther than the tennis ball.
throw the ball hard and press b
i think a football travels faster because you can throw a spiral and that goes faser
you throw it at the gound. then it goes up. then it comes back down
they played tennis and would throw a toad,
yeah, if you throw the ball through the window.
Throw an Apple at the batter, who is holding a tennis racket and they hit it.
Depending how strong and accurate your serve is, you can throw a ball pretty far i guess lol.. you worded this question awkwardly. but ya^