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Thread: Freeze Spray, fun in a can!




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    I brought some Freeze Spray from Dicksmith Electronics today. This stuff has to be the best fun in a can ever, besides beer of course. I can't wait to get the big bro with it on the back of the neck and watch him jump from the shock!

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    woah, cool...how much did it cost & how cold is it??? *thinks of evil ways to terrorise sister :D :D*
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    Cost around $20 - Been told it does it's thing at -50c... It was damn cold, messing around with it before and it burnt me it was so cold! :devil:

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    LOL sounds like a can of 'gum remover' I used to have at a previous employment. Fun stuff!
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    WTF? -50?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
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    I can't wait to get the big bro with it on the back of the neck and watch him jump from the shock!

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    I hope you are talking about getting him from a bit of a distance. Dunno about you, but I'd feel like a turd if it did any real damage to him. It would take a hell of a drunk (at your expense of course) to make up for that one.
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    I'll give it a miss thanks, but you have fun with it Mr T :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo's-sister
    I'll give it a miss thanks, but you have fun with it Mr T :D
    Tis' goooooooooood...... :D

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    :no: :no: :no: tsk tsk Mr T :no:

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    you can get the same thing by turning compressed air upside down HEHE. We used to fill antistatic bags up with it and seal them and watch them explode. Fun stuff at work

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