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These games are all played with a flying disc which also goes by the brand name 'Frisbee." Supposedly the name was derived from the Frisbie Pie Company whose round metal pie tins were used as toys by Yale University students. Over time the metal edges would become sharp so plastic versions were created in the 1940's. Fred Headrick is credited with creating the modern day frisbee in 1967.

These games are all played with a flying disc which also goes by the brand name 'Frisbee." Supposedly the name was derived from the Frisbie Pie Company whose round metal pie tins were used as toys by Yale University students. Over time the metal edges would become sharp so plastic versions were created in the 1940's. Fred Headrick is credited with creating the modern day Frisbee in 1967.

Uses for Frisbees

This is a guide about uses for Frisbees. Frisbees are not just for picnics and playing with your dog. You can use these plastic disks in variety of ways around the house and garden.

We all know that tossing a frisbee around is a great way to relax at camp. But did you know that many experienced campers have found other great uses for the plastic flying disk? Here are just a few suggestions

10 Famous Toys With Wildly Different Original Purposes

10 Famous Toys With Wildly Different Original Purposes - While there is some controversy over how and when the plastic disc that came to be know as the Frisbee was invented, there’s no dispute that the inspiration for the product came from tossing something else entirely—tin pie and cake pans.