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price is right.

Postby pilvikki » 04 Oct 2014, 15:58

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Postby Ice.Maiden » 04 Oct 2014, 19:30

:lmao1: LOL!!! Yep, I think the price'd be VERY right, but ... how come one cup seems larger than the other?
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Postby pilvikki » 06 Oct 2014, 11:08


well, they usually are odd sizes... :shrug:
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 06 Oct 2014, 16:26

True, they're not always symmetric, but there's an obvious difference there, isn't there - unless one side's been taped up more securely than the other?
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Postby pilvikki » 06 Oct 2014, 17:18


no, they're quite obviously mismatched. a bit like mine... :roll:
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 08 Oct 2014, 19:23

Well perhaps you notice such things more than anyone else would.
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Postby Yogi » 09 Nov 2014, 12:42

Cute, and I'd love to see the expression on her face when she removes the bra. :yikes:
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:lmao1:
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 09 Nov 2014, 18:31

Doubt if it'd be too bad. It's not like she's got a hairy chest.
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Postby Yogi » 09 Nov 2014, 19:45

You obviously never put duct tape on your breasts.
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 09 Nov 2014, 19:52

LOL - no. Do you know anyone who has??? I know someone who put a strip on her leg though. Her expression said that it hurt, but it was furry. Notice the "was". : )
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Postby Yogi » 10 Nov 2014, 07:19

Duct tape is military grade. It is sticky enough to do a good wax job. It also can take a layer or two of bare skin off if you don't have hair on your chest.
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Postby Kellemora » 10 Nov 2014, 12:05

I guess it depends on the brand Yogi. I've had Duct Tape that couldn't even stick to itself glue side to glue side.
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 10 Nov 2014, 13:52

Yogi - ouch! I definitely don't want to put duct tape on my chest then, but it sure DID do a wax job on my friend's leg!
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I didn't know you could get different grades of the stuff. The only ones I've seen've adhered well to whatever it's been stuck to.
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Postby Yogi » 11 Nov 2014, 00:59

Like Gary I've used duct tape that doesn't work well, but it was pretty old tape. If I recall correctly there are different grades, but I have purchased tape from the local hardware store that will do the skin removal I refer to above. Perhaps it's just a hit and miss kind of thing, but I do know I'd not want any kind of tape on MY nipples. :mrgreen:
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Postby Kellemora » 11 Nov 2014, 10:55

When I was an older teen, I worked at McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft.
I was surprised to find they only TAPED the ailerons on a couple of the jet models they produced.
Well, it turns out this tape holds tighter than a weld or riveted hinges, and produces no drag.
It does have to be applied to bare clean metals, and they have a cleaner they use right before using the tape.
One of the fellows I ate lunch with gave me a short piece, just over an inch long. Warning me it won't come off of whatever I put it on. I made the mistake of not believing him.
When I got home, I sanded a spot on the side of a metal I beam in my dads basement. Folded the tape piece in half, then folded back only half of the safety cover and stuck it to the pipe. I tried pulling it off with a pliers and no go, it didn't budge.
Grabbed a hammer and tried to pry it off, which dislodged the safety paper on the remaining part, the hammer was now stuck fast to the vertical I-beam, and I didn't clean the hammer first.
Stuck a pipe over the handle hammer and pulled down, and only managed to break the handle off the hammer. I tried to cut the hammerhead away with scissors, so now I had a scissors stuck there too.
Figures, it was mom's good sewing scissors too. So I was in deep doo doo now!

I bumped into this guy about a week later at work. I didn't want him to know I was an idiot, so casually asked. If you guys don't get the tape lined up just right, or need to replace an aileron, how do you do it? He laughed and asked what I stuck the tape to. Nothing important, just an I-Beam in dads basement is all, he'll never see it. Then he said they have a solvent that removes the tape, but high heat will also. Just use a propane torch to heat it and it will let go of the pole without leaving a residue, don't overheat it more than necessary to get it off.
A hammer head soaks up heat, much more so than the loose edges of the tape around it.
I got the tape off the hammer, and scissors, but left the rest on the I-beam, as the basement was filled with smoke from just the edge of the tape that smoked, and smoked heavily.
I'm still here, so breathing the smoke didn't kill me, hi hi...
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 11 Nov 2014, 17:21

Yogi, you've convinced me not to try making a bra out of duct tape! : )

Gary .... the visions that induced!!!
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Postby Yogi » 12 Nov 2014, 08:51

Duct tape was invented by Johnson & Johnson (the Band Aide people) for use by the military during WWII. It's history of development is pretty interesting reading:
http://www.kilmerhouse.com/2009/08/duct ... nted-here/
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Postby Kellemora » 12 Nov 2014, 11:11

We had some tape we used on gaming machines, mostly decorative, but also to hold laminates together. If you prepped the surface first, once it touched it was there permanently.

Well sorta, we did have a way of removing it with a heated scraper, that also could damage the item or surface we were removing it from.

People sitting around gaming machines, whether arcade type or casino type, will pick away at any loose corner or edge they find. So even after applying the tape, we ran a line of a cynacrolate type coating down each edge, and we had a tool for doing this too, almost like a pinstriping tool.
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Postby Ice.Maiden » 12 Nov 2014, 13:07

Thanks Yogi. That tape's been going for some time then, and must have hundreds of uses.

Also interesting, Gary. I've never seen anyone pick away at the edges of a gaming machine!
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