Trapeze Golgotha Buddha's Revenge Upside-down Trapeze
Double or Nothing
The part of this trick where you continually are swinging the yoyo (the part right before the chopsticks part) is much more easily done in one fluid motion, rather than in steps.
Experimental Laziness and Impatient Perfectionism go hand-in-hand in some ways. Both have obnoxiously long names, both are fairly good-sized tricks, and both were created around the same time and in similar ways. Unlike many tricks I discover, I wanted to complete objectives with each trick. And yet, they're oh so different in style. Why is this? Because the objectives were different. In Perfectionism, I was going for slack at every moment, so you get a slack and tech trick (not really tech, but feels techy, you know?). In Laziness, I was seeing exactly how long I was able to keep constant movement while still not becoming repetitive, so you get a flowing and smooth trick.
So, if you want to create a trick with a certain feel or style, just keep that goal in mind as you experiment and search. You may be surprised at the results!