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Still making them

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by pauly383, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. pauly383

    pauly383 Daddy383 Staff Member Moderator

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    Somethings still remain , like Hot Wheels , Matchbox , and these :

    http://www.shrinkydinks.com/
     
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    I can hear the music from the commercials in head, but I cant remember the words.
     
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    no shiat????i remember that useless toy. Audric and i still spend hours with the creepy crawler bug maker.he calls them jiggly wigglys.:haha: MAN, shrinkydinks..it cost my parents twenty dollars in gas and electricity to make a hard plastic thing you couldn't do **** with.i need to get that for Audric.:D
     
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    I remember creepy crawlers! I made a ton of those things! It was way fun, but you had to mod the machine. I put it together, used it once, then took it apart and ripped out the little door that goes up as they cool. W/o the 20 min cool down process, i increased production 200%! haha, good times
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: sweet! i hate the cool down time.my son and i will have molds stacted everywhere. WAITING!:whistle: let me get a pic bro.
     
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    looky
     
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    lol, that one is way different....my old one is still at home...i think. Did you have to assemble that one?

    Take it apart and remove that damn door, and then just don't melt the tray removing tool......

    Or do some experiementing at cook like 10 molds in the oven :)



    damn, i gotta add that to the list of thigns to get when i go home. How sweet would it be to have one of those setup at a college party :)
     

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