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Kirk G

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Just for a little New Years' fun, let's see if we can come up with the most suggestive or dirtiest rocketry kit instruction.:lol:

I'll start off with two illustrations. Which one do you think is more dirty?:surprised:
Dirtiest Rocket instruction pic.jpg
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Dirtiest Rocket instruction pic 2.jpg
 

Woody's Workshop

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You need to turn this into a POLL.
I could really have fun with this, but I don't think the mods would like it.
Probably delete my post and tell me I scored another point.
 

ThirstyBarbarian

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I think the first illustration is dirtier than the second. But I think the idea of sticking a "plug" in the "nozzle" is also kind of dirty. This is a filthy hobby.
 

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My TRF signature used to say "It's not phallic" until my wife made me change it. Our hobby lingo is full of double entendre.
 

dr wogz

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I have a set covered in epoxy & cut up quite a bit. is that dirty enough?

or is that the wrong meaning of 'dirty'?!
 

cbrarick

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I have a original jart, made on the field.
My son made me paint it hammered brown.
I call it "The Shart"
And it has to fly on skidmarks!
 
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