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    Mould tool

    Been looking for a cylinder, approx 1.5 inches dia with a domed end to use as a former. Looked all over for something suitable then thought ah, il try the trusty supermarket, they've always got things to make moulds from. Finally found the perfect thing, a bottle of durex intimate play and massage lubricant!

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    Re: Mould tool

    Quote Originally Posted by strat24v View Post
    Been looking for a cylinder, approx 1.5 inches dia with a domed end to use as a former. Looked all over for something suitable then thought ah, il try the trusty supermarket, they've always got things to make moulds from. Finally found the perfect thing, a bottle of durex intimate play and massage lubricant!

    We ALL know the shelves that you frequent John.........lol

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    Re: Mould tool

    If this is a mould for a gear knob, it may become the topic of many conversations and comparisons.

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    Re: Mould tool

    You can use the contents as a release agent..

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    Re: Mould tool

    Mr Picasso, have to clearly state that I am not making a mould for a knob!
    Colin, I'm sure il find a few uses for said contents but the only one I can think of at the moment is to lube the flaps on our lasses back door so Dillon the pooch doesnt get his head stuck next time he tries to squeeze himself in.

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    Re: Mould tool

    Is that innocent or absolutely disgusting, I can't tell.

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    Re: Mould tool

    Innocent!

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    Re: Mould tool

    Quote Originally Posted by strat24v View Post
    the only one I can think of at the moment is to lube the flaps on our lasses back door so Dillon the pooch doesnt get his head stuck next time he tries to squeeze himself in.
    I put it to you Mr. Hinchliffe, that this 'Dillon' animal of which you speak, does not in fact exist.
    Further more, you have dreamed up this scenario for the simple purpose of stringing together a list of double entendres?

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    Re: Mould tool

    I concur with my honorable friend Justice Jarvis...

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    And the jury result is a unanimous guilty verdict.

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