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Inflatable Flailing Arm Swordsmen

Make the ordinary a bit more interesting
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Inflatable flailing arm men are interesting to watch, but are becoming ubiquitous these days. A way to make them a bit more interesting would be to put an inflatable sword in one hand then face one inflatable swordsman against another and let them put on a mock battle.

A way to make them a LOT more interesting would be to attach a real sword to one arm and see whether it cuts itself to pieces before beheading one or more onlookers.

AusCan531, Sep 19 2013

Wrestling inflatable men http://i.imgur.com/iAWcYiO.gif
Similar idea [AusCan531, Nov 10 2013]


       "It's just a flesh wound!"
RayfordSteele, Sep 19 2013

       Excellent! As a bonus to the business that sells these brilliant things, they'll naturally sell TWO every time!
awesomest, Sep 19 2013

       Can I get one with an actual flail?   

       Star wars laser light saber in hand of inflatable floppy guy vs Chewbacca armed with a mirror. Let the wookie fry.
popbottle, Sep 20 2013

       [+] Much better than the curtain idea. There used to be inflatable punching bags of Popeye (I remember that my brother had one) so you could punch him and feel powerful. So, you could also fight the gonflable swordsman yourself!
xandram, Sep 20 2013

       This is f-in' brilliant.   

       Boxing gloves would also work.   

       Then to take it a step too far, attach foam targets via Velcro to each one. These would get knocked off when struck by the opposing unit and a score could be kept. First to knock off the other's little foam targets wins.
doctorremulac3, Sep 20 2013

       [doctor]'s got it!
shapu, Sep 21 2013

       Great link 21. Great idea AusCan. +
blissmiss, Sep 21 2013

       Duncan Idaho would be proud of you.
normzone, Sep 22 2013


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