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Thread: Need help making a "GET OUT" stick!




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    Yeah, would definately do a bit more damage. Still, I reckon it'd be funnier to have the bat actually say "GET OUT" in an elmo vioce or something everytime they get hit. Can you imagine the look on their face :D :D

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    *waves bat around while it plays "STFU & GTFO"*


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    OK, I've been refraining from this but I can't contain it any longer.

    I moved into a place once, decent apartment, a 2-story house.
    My place consisted of the first floor and the basement. I moved my best friend & his family into the first floor and I took the basement.
    anyhow, there was this stick I discovered in the overhead rafters after living there a couple of weeks.
    This rascal was about 5 1/2 - 6 foot in length and about 7/8 inch diameter made of fiberglass or some similar composite.
    Now me and my friend worked as laborers for a masonry outfit and had for some years, so we had muscles in our sh*t. It took about all we had, but we were able to grasp it with our hands about as far apart as they could go and press the 2 ends of the stick together.

    By golly, that was the finest doggone stick I have ever seen anywhere ever.
    The stick didn't talk much, but it would put a pop-knot on your noggin that you wouldn't ever forget, I tell you that

    nearest we could figure, it was a hunk of a pole-vaulting pole
    The reason a diamond shines so brightly is because it has many facets which reflect light.

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    Ohh! A flexiable "GET OUT" stick!:laugh:

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