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Water resistant booth

Postby James » 24 Jul 2013, 14:28

I know what I want to put on my canvas, playboard etc when it comes on the market:

http://junkee.com/someone-invented-magic-and-it-is-freaking-us-out/14880
Arnott's Gowns for Clowns, Est 1985
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Re: Water resistant booth

Postby Chris » 24 Jul 2013, 22:53

With each can, top coat and undercoat costing around £15 each I wonder how many would be needed to do a booth? And would it need frequent top ups? It certainly seems wondrous stuff.
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Re: Water resistant booth

Postby lesclarke » 25 Jul 2013, 11:00

Wondrous indeed! It could certainly make the toilet brush socially acceptable once and for all.

I liked the bit where they had water on a rectangular area surrounded by this stuff, and the water stayed where it was! If they made the water deeper this could this mean fish tanks without sides.

No, sorry, daft idea, forget it....

Obviously the fish could then just swim out of the sides.
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Re: Water resistant booth

Postby Chris » 25 Jul 2013, 20:39

I love the idea of a socially acceptable toilet brush.

Also did you note their obsession with gravy and sauce and mustard dribbled down shirt fronts. Do Americans lack food handling skills?
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