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unbreakable waterballoons

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Made by Durex or Trojan to promote themselves. Just change the molds at the factory and forget the lubricant.
evilpenguin, Nov 25 2012

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       Hmmm, no wonder your name is evil. Trying to break these would take a real mean streak.
blissmiss, Nov 25 2012
  

       How do you eat unbreakable watermelons?
pashute, Nov 25 2012
  

       Just a thought, this would make for cheaper waterballoon wars. One per contestant.
evilpenguin, Nov 25 2012
  

       Hot rubber water bottles?
RayfordSteele, Nov 26 2012
  

       Maybe you young turks don't know this, but way back in my college days Durex and Trojan's unlubricated products made for pretty good water balloons just the way they were. Actual balloons cost precious money (better spent on food, gas, or D&D dice), but condoms were free by the handful at the student health center. As an added benefit, a long skinny water balloon is easier to conceal about your person than a round fat one; perfect for ambushes.
Alterother, Nov 26 2012
  

       ^What about a long fat one?
AusCan531, Nov 27 2012
  
      
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