Outsect’s masquerading as butterflies. They recognize that they are not as pretty, hence the term “Margerineflies.”
Outsects shaking hands and putting on a show of friendliness despite the competitive world of blinged out Moon Lights.
Very important information:
- Outsects use Moon Lights at night.
- Moon Lights are best held overhead.
- Moon Lights use AA batteries.
- Moon Lights get warm to the touch.
- Moon Lights can explode and start fires.
As you know flying on broomsticks is as old as twigs. For centuries, broomsticks have been flown in the classical style. This old-fashioned approach involves sitting astride the broom handle (notoriously uncomfortable!) Outsects have quietly brought broomstick riding back to prominence by adopting skateboarding techniques. They stand on the broom handles and achieve scary heights and astonishing speeds. (Worry-warts would probably suggest one should wear a parachute when skate-brooming, just saying.)
Motorized hobby horse racing is a popular sport amongst Outsects. The hobby horses are propelled by small engines, e.g. a lawn mower, weed wacker or moped engine will work. Law dictates that riders must wear helmets and the current trend in helmet design is inspired by Medieval Knights.