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Real Life Twilight Zone

Ever had one of those experiences where everyone likes something, and you say to yourself dang I don't get it, its not that great.
Just a small example of my own, Glocks, I don't care how good they are, just looks like a molded piece of plastic to me.

You have any Twilight zone moments?
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yes I have several pieces of molded plastic.

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yes I have several pieces of molded plastic.


I meant do you have a twilight zone moments not glocks silly
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Silly? I don't have any Glocks...I have several molded pieces of plastic. I was just trying to be helpful. Trying to relate. Bonding sort of...

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Need bonding? May I suggest crazy glue. It works well on molded plastic and if you ever get it on your fingers it will send you to the twilight zone trying to get your fingers unglued. Don't ask how I know this...please, it's painful

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I wonder if they used crazy glue to get that guys head to stay on the jack in the box spring?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_C34g5mz1ZQ

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I wonder if they used crazy glue to get that guys head to stay on the jack in the box spring?
It's a pretty good bet that they used Permatex so they wouldnt have a leaky head gasket.

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I wonder if they used crazy glue to get that guys head to stay on the jack in the box spring?


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outube.com/watch?v=_C34g5mz1ZQ
Sillydoodle crazy glue wont work when you actually want to glue something,only stuff you don't want glued. Hows that for twilight zone moment? Besides it's easier to corkscrew that spring right into the brain
How did Will Robinson get from Lost In Space to the twilight zone? And where did the robot go?

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Well,Will Robinson was on TZ first.The robot is still around.Warning!Warning!
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