DaCaptain19: Mugato: I don't know, some of those don't seem unreasonable to ban.This. Whenever you can go through your own chemistry set, and come upon something Iran would be interested in obtaining...not a good sign.
The Southern Dandy: [www.retroland.com image 650x300]Now with NEW Super brain cell killing fumes!
Rufus Lee King: miniflea: Gergesa: I remember my parents got my sister and I one of those slip and slide things. That was stupid of us. The back and front yards are not even surfaces. They also have rocks and other such things; not comfortable to slide unless you find a perfectly level yard.When I was a kid I saw a guy's exposed kneecap because of the slip and slide. There was a big party or something, and it was set up on this hill behind the houses, and apparently unbeknownst to all there was a jagged, rusty metal stake of some sort sticking out of the hill. The guy who hit it wasn't the first to go down the thing by a long shot. Tore his knee wide open. I guess it really wasn't the slip and slide's fault, but after that I refused to go down waterslides of any kind for a long, long time.I used to constantly beg my parents to buy me a Slip-N-Slide, and they steadfastly refused. I guess they knew was was best, after all.They got me a "Bizzy Buzz Buzz" instead. Boring as hell, but the only way you could hurt yourself with one was to deliberately jam it in your eye, which was something I never felt inclined to do.
Mugato: I don't know, some of those don't seem unreasonable to ban.
CptnSpldng: Dangerous was a slingshot and a handful of cherry bombs or M-80s.
vodka: The Southern Dandy: [www.retroland.com image 650x300]Now with NEW Super brain cell killing fumes!Did those ever work? I got a kit a few times over the years and was never able to actually make a bubble of any sort.
talkertopc: Another "want" vote for the Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab. I'd love to see the instruction manual in pdf format.
Teknowaffle: MelGoesOnTour: Meh. I saw not ONE mention of GI Joe and "The Eight Ropes of Danger".I have seen Peter North and the Seven Ropes of Danger, but yours sounds a bit, well, gayer.
MelGoesOnTour: Meh. I saw not ONE mention of GI Joe and "The Eight Ropes of Danger".
pxlboy: HotWingAgenda: pxlboy: reklamfox: Yeah, kids are stupid alright. It's kind of their thing. Along with eating small toys, aren't dumb kids also eating those Tide washing machine packets?Man, I'm glad I wasn't that dumb as a kid.My friend's fiancee was dumb enough to put one of these into the dishwasher with the wrapper still on. I saw it at the bottom of the dishwasher, wrapper intact. She's not the brightest bulb in the fixture.[www.staticwhich.co.uk image 246x158]To be fair, there's a competing brand that makes something like that with a dissolvable wrapper that you have to leave on.If you saw how she loaded the dishwasher, you would understand. She has almost zero spatial reasoning skills...or any skills, for that matter. And she's ridiculously-lazy.
Mugato: FightDirector: How many farking pages of a book does one have to eat to get a level of lead that even registers, given the microscopic amounts of ink it actually takes to print a book?Are you a Chinaman?
scottydoesntknow: [s3-ec.buzzfed.com image 625x611]This looks like a Fallout fanatic's wet dream. Hell I'd take one. Captures the 1950s Sci-Fi perfectly.
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