From firstname.lastname@example.org Sat Sep 9 13:13:51 1995 id AA10754; Sat, 9 Sep 95 13:10:13 EDT Date: Sat, 9 Sep 1995 13:10:06 -0400 From: LarryH49@aol.com Message-Id: <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: rattlesnake tails Regarding multiple twists, Bingo and Buster in the book, Balloonimals Two, make a catterpillar by putting a string of small bubbles inside the balloon. Then they break the outside balloon to make the catterpillar or butterfly body. They add some wings for a butterfly. I have not made this though. In Texas Style Balloons, Bobby Cordell makes a rattlesnake tail by making a long, soft (squeeze some air out) hook twist (very long apple twist). Then since it is soft he twists it into 4 or so individual bubbles. I haven't made this one but I have twisted a bubble or a small nose on a hook twist to make a hound dog (after Ralph Dewey).