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Bicycle Bell TT Cannon

"Ring a Ding, thwack, thwack, thwack..."
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A bicycle bell, that once the separate internal spring is wound to its extreme point by continuous thumb ringing, the bell fires a simultaneous high velocity volley of Tic Tacs in your desired direction through the bell barrel.

Attach the full plastic assorted Tic Tac magazine, ring a ding, aim barrel, fire!

skinflaps, Feb 16 2005

"'Tic-Tacs' are basically tiny, orange or mint flavoured sugar." http://www.firstsci...blings_27022004.asp
"Tic-Tacs - They won't fill you up. And each one has the calorific value of whale blubber. But HELL! They sure do taste good! And will freshen your breath! Eat six packs today!" [angel, Feb 16 2005]

Tic Tacs http://www.tictacusa.com/freshmint.html
[skinflaps, Feb 16 2005]

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DesertFox, Feb 16 2005
  

       Yesss... can there be a magazine socket on top of it?
david_scothern, Feb 16 2005
  

       That's the idea.
skinflaps, Feb 16 2005
  

       angel, is that true about the whale blubber?   

       beware of choking, skinflaps or putting an eye out.
po, Feb 16 2005
  

       "eye, eye po"
skinflaps, Feb 17 2005
  

       <stands on pavement, mouth hanging open>
wagster, Feb 17 2005
  

       Fun, but California will reflexively try to limit how many tictacs the magazine can hold.
normzone, Feb 18 2005
  


 

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