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    Senior Member Zero_Enigma's Avatar
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    When the plain o'l balaclava won't do.

    Oh god, I'd love to get one of these just for kicks. Funny thoughts have passed the head from laughing bank tellers if some idiot was to rob a bank with one or walking down the street and the kids freaking out or while riding you turn left and the cager gives you a freaked out scare face.

    Ahh......

    http://swapatorium.blogspot.com/2004/12/ski-masks.html



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    How about fixing that link? It would not connect for me. Did it feature some sort of re-breather mask that warms and moistens the incoming air?
    This space open

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    I have never been so afraid of a little girl before...

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    I'd love the little girl one... It would really weird out automobilists.

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    How come everytime I go into the bank with one of these things on the cops come?

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    I'm not totally decided yet on whether motorists would pester you more or less with one of these on

    Hmm

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    Is that John Wayne Gacy as a little boy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwoloz
    I'm not totally decided yet on whether motorists would pester you more or less with one of these on

    Hmm
    I'm sure if you had a hoodie on while riding with your reflecto gear and turned to the motorist they'd wigout. I laughed hard when I saw those but also kind of scared ifI saw someone wearing one.


    Ken:

    http://tinyurl.com/6e5cs See if this link works. It's the same link but just tinyurl'ed it to see if it'll work. Everyone else is seeing it ok.


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    Senior Member Zero_Enigma's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken cummings
    How about fixing that link? It would not connect for me. Did it feature some sort of re-breather mask that warms and moistens the incoming air?
    Nope. These are ski masks. Without saying anymore then that or it'll just be a spoiler. It's a need to see to enjoy it.


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    Oh, that's just wrong.
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    Those are some of the scariest pieces of headwear I have ever seen.
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    There's your Halloween costume right there. Done.
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    Eeeek.

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    Man, I get looks just for being out there in the cold as it is. If I had one of those on, cars would veer off into trees.

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    I'm officially creeped out by the little girl mask. <shudder>
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    I Want One! :d

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    Um? those are even too weird for me. Give me one of those wacky looking helmet covers with all the spikes another forum member wears.

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    Okay, these masks are proof that even Suzy Homemaker did lots of LSD back in the 1960s. No wonder so many people in their early 40s are now in therapy, after having to wear those!
    They did a lot of drugs in the 60's.

    They smoked a lot too.

    I can think of no other explanation.

    Great gift idea.

    I must have one. "Honey, you like to knit don't you . . . "

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    Those pics would make great avatars

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    I gotta get one of those!

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    All of you who are a'skeert'd of those masks--You should wear one--it'll terrify and drive off those cars while you are cycling in a mask!
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    Last year, one of my kids needed a balaclava for a project. Since mine cost $2 at walmart, they used it. What my wife did was use the balaclava as the basis for a skunk mask for a play. She sewed on a nose, a white stripe down the top/back and put on ears too.

    Come winter it was the next school year and they didn't need it anymore, and I still had not replaced it. So, for a few weeks until I undid the stitching, I was a skunk every morning on my way to work!

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    What masks? Creepy looking family, though...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rykoala
    Last year, one of my kids needed a balaclava for a project. Since mine cost $2 at walmart, they used it. What my wife did was use the balaclava as the basis for a skunk mask for a play. She sewed on a nose, a white stripe down the top/back and put on ears too.

    Come winter it was the next school year and they didn't need it anymore, and I still had not replaced it. So, for a few weeks until I undid the stitching, I was a skunk every morning on my way to work!
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