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Heavy Breather

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This is a telescoping tube that you can keep in your pocket. Made from plastic fully extended it reached 24" It is made to be rapidly deployed and rapidly snapped closed without making noise.

It is used to supply hot breath onto another persons neck when they least expect it.

vfrackis, May 02 2012

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       Dude, you are spending to much time in the dungeon. I am starting to get worried. Please tell us you are not collecting Death's Head Hawkmoths.
4whom, May 02 2012
  

       (I'm surprised that we don't have a *pervert* category) :)
xandram, May 02 2012
  

       far be it from me to contribute to the deliquency of a half-baker but... have you considered those roll-up kazoo party favours ?
FlyingToaster, May 02 2012
  

       If you keep it in your pocket, breathing into it would require great flexibility.
bungston, May 02 2012
  

       "Guaranteed to break the ice at parties…"   

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8th of 7, May 02 2012
  

       Waiting...
wait-for-it...
...to exhale.
  

       Extended director's cut.   

       "Guaranteed to break the ice at "naughty" parties..."
4whom, May 02 2012
  

       It's hot breath, it'll break the ice, period.
blissmiss, May 02 2012
  

       I'm really surprised nobody has pointed out that telescoping plastic tubes that could feasably fit in one's pocket are undoubtedly baked, if not for the express purpose of sexual harassment.
Alterother, May 02 2012
  

       Funny's funny.
rcarty, May 03 2012
  

       Vuvuzela, anyone?
UnaBubba, May 03 2012
  
      
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