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Old 11-25-2012, 05:10 PM   #11
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Hmmm sounds like it's invention time.

In high school we hand compressed tin foil tightly and rolled it into light weight fistpacks.
I have seen polymer and aluminum ones at the flee market here. We have brass also. A lot of times you see the brass ones in a box stamped paper weight. Also have them as belt buckles.
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You can buy them, and they come with free silver bracelets too!

There's really not a legal way to obtain metal knuckles.

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You can buy them, and they come with free silver bracelets too!

There's really not a legal way to obtain metal knuckles.
Lol men don't wear bracelets. Not even those fraudulent magnetic ones for old people and golfers.

I'm not interested anymore anyway, was just looking for a reason to create something new. Our buy something new, I'm insatiable.
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Lol men don't wear bracelets. Not even those fraudulent magnetic ones for old people and golfers.

I'm not interested anymore anyway, was just looking for a reason to create something new. Our buy something new, I'm insatiable.
I'm pretty sure I'm a man and I wear a bracelet. It says "I <3 motor boating" on one side and "boobies rule" on the other. If that ain't manly..
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I'm pretty sure I'm a man and I wear a bracelet. It says "I <3 motor boating" on one side and "boobies rule" on the other. If that ain't manly..
Bracelets are the complete opposition of manly. End Of Story.
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Bracelets are the complete opposition of manly. End Of Story.
So supporting breast cancer awareness is unmanly? That's a new one to me.
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So supporting breast cancer awareness is unmanly? That's a new one to me.
Its manly to love boobs.
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Its manly to love boobs.
+1, I for one love boobs.
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Its manly to love boobs.
Just wanting to be sure!
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You can pay the money and not wear they Hey look at me I like to be charitable pat my back because im a good human being bracelet. I restate the fact bracelets are the exact opposite of manly. Now if your wife has breast cancer I feel for ya both, but it's still just an advertisement and it only serves to either self backpat or guilt trip and neither is respectable.

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