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Created by Waterloo > 9 months ago, 3 Feb 2015
Waterloo
QLD, 1380 posts
3 Feb 2015 10:49PM
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decrepit
WA, 9035 posts
3 Feb 2015 10:38PM
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Auto levelling glasses, for those who can't work out which way's up.
Only trouble is they don't work real well when lying on your back.

Stuthepirate
SA, 3434 posts
4 Feb 2015 12:52AM
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Come into Despectacle Me and receive a free set of minion goggles with every prescription lense.

albers
NSW, 1634 posts
4 Feb 2015 7:11AM
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The latest Japanese invention that claims to remove "bags from around the eyes" using sea water

sausage
QLD, 4761 posts
4 Feb 2015 8:46AM
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japanese invention #786853 - Beer goggles for those with an alcohol intolerance. "can't drink, don't worry you too can increase your chances of taking someone home tonight". Buy two and get a free realistic arm so you won't have to chew yours off the next morning"

NotWal
QLD, 6859 posts
4 Feb 2015 9:50AM
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Concrete mixer fixation aversion therapy.

Tony Wills
NSW, 229 posts
4 Feb 2015 12:14PM
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Hi,

I recently purchased for my wife, a second hand eyeball sand blaster and am wondering whether I should use a Ryco or Gilbarco fitting in order to best connect it to my air compressor.

Any help is appreciated.

Carantoc
NSW, 4163 posts
4 Feb 2015 12:31PM
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TalkToMe finally worked out how to follow the Seabreeze forums and watch the beach at the same time

Carantoc
NSW, 4163 posts
4 Feb 2015 12:35PM
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Seabreeze Sunnies In stock, and ships by FREE Express Post Delivery.

Protect your eyes from the powerful Australian sun.

You put sunscreen on your body, but what about your eyeballs?

The new Seabreeze Sunnies are UV certified to Australian Standards and are available in a polarized or smoke lens or now in new Sand Lens.

Specially tuned for being out on the water, they feature clear wide vision, impact resistant lens and a comfortable elastic strap to help keep them on during those out of control moments in the water, or whilst leaning out over the boat.

www.seabreeze.com.au/shop/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=25

sausage
QLD, 4761 posts
4 Feb 2015 12:52PM
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Never been to Sandy Point - experience it first hand in the comfort of your lounge room!

pweedas
WA, 4626 posts
4 Feb 2015 11:52AM
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Your friends will never believe you when you tell them you made it yourself.

Mark _australia
WA, 18959 posts
4 Feb 2015 1:14PM
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What happened when Laurie went to China to make his seabreeze sunnies cheaper


crustysailor
VIC, 624 posts
4 Feb 2015 3:16PM
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finally you too can get that:
I've been up partying all night
I've just done 50 laps at the pool
Pete Helliar
look all from the comfort of your own home

loftsofwind
QLD, 226 posts
4 Feb 2015 4:03PM
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had to buy some high tech goggles, due to spray off my new cabrinha sailboard

albers
NSW, 1634 posts
4 Feb 2015 7:36PM
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Saving "crying tears" for oral ingestion is the latest craze in Japan

terminal
1421 posts
4 Feb 2015 5:41PM
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Waterloo said..





"Grasses work!" "Men not rook at my tits now!"

Richiefish
QLD, 5465 posts
7 Feb 2015 2:47PM
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Before shaking the crystals fall to the bottom of the Kaleidoscope glasses, but after shaking , very trippy.




albers
NSW, 1634 posts
7 Feb 2015 7:31PM
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Mother Focus

js68
TAS, 104 posts
8 Feb 2015 12:03AM
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I'm so confused now, I can't tell if the glass is half empty or half full

Waterloo
QLD, 1380 posts
14 Feb 2015 9:05AM
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decrepit said..
Auto levelling glasses, for those who can't work out which way's up.
Only trouble is they don't work real well when lying on your back.


You're getting warm as to the purpose of this invention......

Stuthepirate
SA, 3434 posts
14 Feb 2015 10:04AM
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Waterloo said..

decrepit said..
Auto levelling glasses, for those who can't work out which way's up.
Only trouble is they don't work real well when lying on your back.



You're getting warm as to the purpose of this invention......


To prevent sea sickness?

Macroscien
QLD, 4619 posts
14 Feb 2015 10:51AM
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Faithful wife glasses.





When her beloved husband is far away she constantly cry, missing him so much.
Tears water plant.
Plants grown.
Husband could see how much wife loves him instantly.

Macroscien
QLD, 4619 posts
14 Feb 2015 10:58AM
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Kiter glasses.






Picture taken straight after big jump and successful landing in shallow water (on even on the beach)

Beside that glasses designed to provide adequate " tunnel vision" - prevent from seeing any windsurfer on the water.

Harrow
NSW, 2565 posts
14 Feb 2015 11:00AM
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Are they to stop you falling over when you have a bad inner ear infection?

tilldark
QLD, 274 posts
14 Feb 2015 11:48AM
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Macroscien said...
Faithful wife glasses.





When her beloved husband is far away she constantly cry, missing him so much.
Tears water plant.
Plants grown.
Husband could see how much wife loves him instantly.



Far out!

TristanF
VIC, 225 posts
15 Feb 2015 11:28PM
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"Look at the cans on that broad!"

Mark _australia
WA, 18959 posts
15 Feb 2015 10:22PM
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03/02 + 7 = 10/02 ????



Waterloo
QLD, 1380 posts
16 Feb 2015 8:31AM
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Mark _australia said..
03/02 + 7 = 10/02 ????





OK, fair enough I really have to move on from the Byzantine Calendar if I am going to play this game....

So apparently this is an invention to reduce the effects of vertigo (and perhaps assist with the virtue of chastity).

Laughed at a quite a few, loved Ritchie's kaleidoscope but there can be only one winner and after the spill motion was called, the numbers were counted and Terminal is the winner this week.


terminal
1421 posts
16 Feb 2015 6:45PM
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Waterloo said..

Mark _australia said..
03/02 + 7 = 10/02 ????






OK, fair enough I really have to move on from the Byzantine Calendar if I am going to play this game....

So apparently this is an invention to reduce the effects of vertigo (and perhaps assist with the virtue of chastity).

Laughed at a quite a few, loved Ritchie's kaleidoscope but there can be only one winner and after the spill motion was called, the numbers were counted and Terminal is the winner this week.




Thanks Waterloo.



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