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    This and the tie are great ideas if you ask me.


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    That umbrella headband is old.
    And the noodle guarders head thing could mark the start of a new fashion era (H)

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    I was looking at the water container and trying to figure out how much it might hold...maybe 5 gallons? If so, 1 gallon of water would equal roughly 8 lbs, and as the container approaches being full it would be like carrying around a 40 lb sack of concrete mix off one shoulder.

    Is that the drawback to this idea, or is there something else that makes this less than practical?

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    so many things are impractical. Too heavy or too bulky to hold for majority of those items.

    They're only fun to laugh at. ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidfuzzybunny View Post
    I was looking at the water container and trying to figure out how much it might hold...maybe 5 gallons? If so, 1 gallon of water would equal roughly 8 lbs, and as the container approaches being full it would be like carrying around a 40 lb sack of concrete mix off one shoulder.

    Is that the drawback to this idea, or is there something else that makes this less than practical?
    Not quite. One cubic foot of water weighs 64 lbs. That looks to be roughly that size.... so yeah. Still damn heavy but to put it in perspective, that 64 lbs is about the weight of your average 5th grader's backpack


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    maybe if there's a filtration device hooked up to the tube, might actually not be a bad idea when going camping or something. and a switch that flips the umbrella right-side up when you've filled up enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by StealDragon View Post
    Not quite. One cubic foot of water weighs 64 lbs. That looks to be roughly that size.... so yeah. Still damn heavy but to put it in perspective, that 64 lbs is about the weight of your average 5th grader's backpack
    Which would explain why I see more kids today than in the past using roll around backpacks with Yu-Gi-Oh, Hello Kitty, or something else on them. Adults though are kinds stuck with plain looking rolling luggage or carts to carry their books, laptop, files, and other stuff around.

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    I can imagine the comercial!

    "Have ever been stranded without water in the middle of Sahara?
    When you plane crashed on that island you couldn't find any potable water?

    We have the solution!!!"

    Because thats the only time I think where I should save rain water
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    no seriously, I want the 360 degree panoramic camera.

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    That hay fever hat looks kind of useful. xD I know it's big and bulky and weird-looking, but I HATE having to carry a tissue box around with me in school. And then people keep asking you for it, and you accidentally leave it behind and it gets stolen...

    I had an umbrella hat once!
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