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Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 12 Aug 2019, 13:56
by trueBlue
I am very sleepy!
When somebody figures out What it is, please wake me up. But do not disturb my neighbors. :mrgreen:

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 12 Aug 2019, 16:11
by Steinie
trueBlue knows! :bananathumb:


Before alarm clocks, people were employed to wake workers up with a long stick. A knocker-up was a profession in England and Ireland that started during and lasted well into the late 1920s.

I can already hear the chuckles. :lol:

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 15 Aug 2019, 11:44
by RAYMAN
To wake me up for work he needs a bulldozer not a stick!πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Ok I sometimes get out of bed for Playboy shootings!😊
"so much for"workers with a long stick"!!!πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‡

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 27 May 2020, 21:10
by Steinie
If you don’t already know what this is your funny guesses would be fun.

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 28 May 2020, 01:45
by spacekdet
Chastity Belt Accoutrement.

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 28 May 2020, 17:02
by trueBlue
Medieval Covid Tester from the era of the Black Death?
I hate thieves :twisted:

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 28 May 2020, 21:38
by Finis
During Gene War I the Eastern Bloc created super squirrels to decimate the oak wood industry that the Northern Bloc relied on. The Northern Bloc responded by creating acorns with metal armor and defensive spikes.

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 29 May 2020, 18:10
by FHembree
Probable has something to do with drugs? cocaine? :lol:

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 02 Jun 2020, 11:16
by Steinie
Answer:
Antique Pocket Watch Anti Theft Device

It is to prevent the theft of your pocket watch from pickpockets the acorn conceals three spring loaded spikes and when a would be pickpocket pulls on the chain to try to remove the watch from a pocket, the spikes propel and catch in ones clothing. :bananadevil:

Re: Steinie's U3DA Game "What is it?"

Posted: 04 Jun 2020, 01:36
by spacekdet
Still better than stepping on a Lego.