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Christmas Decoration Gun

A seasonal armament for distributing decora to high walls
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Climbing precarious ladders to stick seasonal decoration on high walls and to the top of trees need no longer be a problem!

Simply load your Christmas Decoration Gun with a tinsel cartridge, pull the trigger and compressed air will send it toward your desired wall, where it will adhere using sticky pads or glue from the gun’s special glue well. Alternatively, use a bauble magazine and set to ‘scattergun’ mode for instant tree improvement.

TheBamforth, Nov 04 2016

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       Does it suck (for the twelfth night, in January sometime that nobody's quite sure of)?
Ian Tindale, Nov 04 2016
  

       [+], but not // compressed air // ... black powder would be much more satisfactory.   

       It's easy to launch a load of boiled sweets from a 100mm firework mortar, by enclosing them in a cardboard sabot with a compressed newspaper wad behind it.   

       It's also possible to launch small, hard, unripe apples in the same way, but this procedure is definitely not recommended.
8th of 7, Nov 04 2016
  

       "Joy to the World..." SPLAT... Ooops, looks like Junior loaded up the Christmas Gun with dog poop again....
blissmiss, Nov 04 2016
  

       Oh yeah, I forgot...+
blissmiss, Nov 04 2016
  

       This beats my Sprint-loaded Retractable Tinsel Spool idea, yet to be posted. [+]
whatrock, Nov 05 2016
  

       // Sprint-loaded //   

       Intended to be used at a run, presumably ...
8th of 7, Nov 05 2016
  

       Much better than a gun decorated with candy striping.
RayfordSteele, Nov 05 2016
  

       Vaguely Killer Clowns from Outer Space...
not_morrison_rm, Nov 05 2016
  

       Or maybe Chris-Mars Attacks ... ?
8th of 7, Nov 05 2016
  

       Just a random off-topic thought: If they take the *Christ* out of Christmas we'll be left with *Mas*, which as we all know is Spanish for *More*. Pretty much sums up what the season has become, don't you think?
Canuck, Nov 06 2016
  

       I say bring back Saturnalia - what Xmas was before it was co-opted for political purposes.
normzone, Nov 07 2016
  

       If you take Saturn out of Saturnalia, you are left with alia, which is Esperanto for "other". I think this is a much better summation of how the midwinter festival has become more and more corrupted by religious co-option over the past couple of millenia.
pocmloc, Nov 08 2016
  

       // corrupted by religious co-option //   

       Very prescient. We too are in favour of a blood sacrifice, preferably of a high-status human, at the Winter Solstice festival, to ensure the return of the Sun and the coming of Spring.   

       An overpaid, talentless celebrity would be an ideal candidate.
8th of 7, Nov 08 2016
  

       with orange skin?
RayfordSteele, Nov 08 2016
  


 

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