Its the friction of the stopper inside rubbing against the tube.
You either cut a hole, or when you pump the ball, put the tube in and then when it is almost out, leave it there. It should make a hissing sound and you should be able to feel some air blowing. you kill it with a kitchen knife you pop it or take the needle outof the pump to blow it up and just leave it in the basketball
You're not serious, are you? What the heck do you think, it fills with air, numbnuts.
If they are of a professional type (match ball quality) There will be a laced area which covers a small valve - its here the pump with the correct fitting is used - If its a basic retail quality they have a valve similar to that of a bicycle tyre and its here you pump it up
You grab a bit of hair and then pull it back, and then pump up your hands to the front of your head.T hen you have a hump.
you need a balloon and a needle like a pump needle or a cooking needle. blow the balloon up to the max and use a paperclip to keep the air in the balloon. then cut off the tip of the balloon. afterwards use it to keep the needle in the balloon then put the needle in the ball take the clip off and wait. it might not inflate it all the way up but it will do some good until you get a real pump.
Yes install a bronze booster pump designed for hot water
The air pressure goes down when cooled, goes up when heated. A soccer ball left outdoors in freezing weather does not have much bounce. Left outside on a hot day, has a lot of bounce.
If you have a nozzle adaptor and the proper vehicle to carry it back home, I suppose you could do it. Alternatively, you could invest in an electric pump that you'd carry in your car for other emergencies.
I can only assume it is to parboil the hen or to make the hen's skin bake up crispier.
a cockerel is a male chicken at the age of 4months up until they reach 12months and then become a rooster. the opposite to a rooster is a hen. the opposite to cockerel is a female chicken from the age of 4months to 12months that is called a pullet.
your water pump