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Old 10-06-10, 09:08 AM   #1
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Any idea what this is ?

I just wondered if anyone might know what this is ?Cycle Tool..JPG
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I just wondered if anyone might know what this is ?Attachment 172636
Chastity belt with pepper spray boobie trap.
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chastity belt with optional Whamo-Say-Bye-Bye-to-the-Willy firecracker attachment.
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Old 10-06-10, 01:37 PM   #4
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I don't know, but once on a first date, the girl was wearing one.
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climbing gear?
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climbing gear?
No way...
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Old 10-06-10, 03:54 PM   #8
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Might help to know what is printed on the cylinder besides Velosport (even if it's in another language).
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Cheese Straightener, Deluxe Model 2.
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Polish IED
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No way...
http://www.mountaingear.com/pages/pr.../103153/N/1026


I don't think it is climbing gear though.
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One damn uncomfortable saddle.......... Either that, or it's a security device that blows your nice comfortable saddle up in the face of the bastard trying to steal it!
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Molecular phase inverter. Don't use it with your bike's cloaking device.
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Polish IED
you did of course mean a Polish IUD right? The red and white gives it away.
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This is a descender usually used by professionals (rescue teams...), Petzl (among others) makes them...
It has nothing to do with what OP showed.
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It's a JPG image file.
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I guess that's a 'no' then ?
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does the future of mankind depend on the answer, should we be worried?
and for gods sake, if you know what it is, tell us!

if not, did you have this removed from the back of your neck?
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