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Old 03-20-2014, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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IN THEORY...if a purely fictional friend were to hypothetically want to purposely damage a boot in order to make use of the warranty (i.e.: the glue of the sole) how would someone do that? Can you heat up the glue with a hair dryer and start to pull it apart? Can you pop some of the stitches? Hypothetically speaking, of course!
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First the thread about how to sneak into resorts, now this thread pops up.
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Thread: How do I make Meth in my living room without my kids seeing ?

is it just me or has the forum been struck by moron's lately. Sorry but like BA I need to call it like I see it. The batch of new guys posting such stupid threads. Not ones of the typical questions, what this? what that?
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Hair dryer won't work...but your barbeque will.
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I Know What I Asked. I Figured I'd Either Get Ridiculed.OR i Would Get Ridiculed, But Someone Would Sneak A Decent Suggestion In There. I Have My Answer.
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Set your Mom's stove to broil. Wait for it to reach temperature. Put boot(s) on a cookie sheet and slide into oven. Check boot(s) every couple of hours for desired results.
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speed hooks? break one...cut rivet from inside and rip it off
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Why the fuck would you damage a non damaged boot to send it in to get it replaced with the same boot you already had? Seriously?
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Probably in hopes of getting next year's boot as a replacement! Because we all know, if you ain't sporting brand new shit every year what's the point? That's what all the cool kids do! SMH
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