- Noun: A wheelstand is exactly the same as a wheelie, except it is completely different.
- Noun; (object) a stand for wheels that are stationary but at the same time moving at high speed.
- Verb: Such as one to stand on the stationary wheel of a motorcycle while the wheel and the motorcycle is moving at high speed.
If you have no idea of what the "f" I am talking about then please don't let nobody read of this:
One day, when I was walking along the street, my friend, Phrenological came up to me on his monocotyledonous bike and offered for me to drive his bike. Of course I have always never wanted to ride a monocotyledonous bike, so I said yes. But he told me to drive fast otherwise he might fall off! So I did. He was absolutely amazing when he was doing his wheelstand - he kept running on that high speed, stationary wheel which wasn't of course moving at all but at the same time, moving at incredibly high speeds! And then all of a sudden, WHUMP! He was gone, under the monocotyledonous bike.
That is why you should always do Wheelstands while never doing them as well.
Nobody could do a wheelstand as good as my friend Phrenological -- Mr A. Nonymous