Power Strip is Waterproof, Won't Electrocute You

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vartok

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ok, the water i wasnt too impressed with, all that would take is just spring loaded flaps on the "prong holes".... i was more impressed when she jammed the twezzers in there. now thats child proof
 

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[citation][nom]leonlee[/nom]Gotta love the de-synced audio[/citation]

its not un-synced, its been English dubbed over
 
[citation][nom]vartok[/nom]ok, the water i wasnt too impressed with, all that would take is just spring loaded flaps on the "prong holes".... i was more impressed when she jammed the twezzers in there. now thats child proof[/citation]

They shouldn't stop at power strips if they can they need to make electrical outlets. Ones that fit in current electrical outlet boxes and compatible with current wall plates. Then you could really child proof your home.
 

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I child proof my home by keeping my doors locked and using birth control. I've been using this method for 7 years now, and haven't had a single child get in.
 

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it be awkward when you're trying to kill your wife over insurance racket...

you make a nice rose water bubble bath...a bit of champagne...some Barry White in the background...

she's all nice and relaxed in the tub unaware of your nefarious scheme...

you say "Hon...let me bring that stereo a bit closer..." she says "Okay..." then you say "YOU BITCH!!! THIS IS FOR 6 YEARS OF MISERY!!!" as you throw the stereo with the power strip in the tub...

nothing happens... then you say "uhmmm....kidding!!! how's the water, pumpkins?" and both of you laugh nervously....
 

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Holy shit, how many girls had made to the end of the video?
See I'm Perf-IUHAFIuAHFUIIIIIIIIIAHUDHUAHUAU
 

vartok

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[citation][nom]velocityg4[/nom]They shouldn't stop at power strips if they can they need to make electrical outlets. Ones that fit in current electrical outlet boxes and compatible with current wall plates. Then you could really child proof your home.[/citation]


if you look at their site, they do have outlets ^.^

but they dont have the price listed, you have to email them for more info
 

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[citation][nom]icepick314[/nom]it be awkward when you're trying to kill your wife over insurance racket...you make a nice rose water bubble bath...a bit of champagne...some Barry White in the background...she's all nice and relaxed in the tub unaware of your nefarious scheme...you say "Hon...let me bring that stereo a bit closer..." she says "Okay..." then you say "YOU BITCH!!! THIS IS FOR 6 YEARS OF MISERY!!!" as you throw the stereo with the power strip in the tub...nothing happens... then you say "uhmmm....kidding!!! how's the water, pumpkins?" and both of you laugh nervously....[/citation]
Pretty detailed plan.How long have you been planning this?
 

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[citation][nom]amplexis[/nom]I child proof my home by keeping my doors locked and using birth control. I've been using this method for 7 years now, and haven't had a single child get in.[/citation]LOL
 

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[citation][nom]amplexis[/nom]I child proof my home by keeping my doors locked and using birth control. I've been using this method for 7 years now, and haven't had a single child get in.[/citation]

He is doing the correctly???? Hmmm?
 

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Between this and Instaload batteries, my world has been rocked, rolled, and turned inside out. There's part of me that is afraid these will turn out to be pranks.
 
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