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Thread: WTF? (What The Fright...?)

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    If they happen to have holes drilled length-wise through them you can double or even triple them up by sliding threaded rod through them and putting bolts on the ends of the steel rods. Making them taller opens up new posibilitys for their use (or mis-use?) Of course the longer they become the less actual stiffness they will have to resist bending or breaking by someone slamming up against them.
    They could be used as decorations along the side of a King of the Evil Clowns Royal throne. All details painted in gawdy colors of course.
     

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    Oooh, that frame would look good as a fancier version of a carnival mirror. Maybe in your "clown doctor's" office? Or, if you could use it as a frame to "walk" through, you could situate it in front of your mylar mirrors and have it be the entrance to a mirror maze? Hmmm.

    Balusters....I like the stair scare idea. Or maybe use them as a transitional piece from the "normal portion" of the clinic to the klown portion? Painted different colors and leaning at odd angles (safely secured, of course)? Or you could flip them upside down, put a little padding on the top and say they were mini-clown crutches. LOL. Or secure a small piece of plywood on top and say they're training stilts for the newbie clownz. Peg legs for pirate clowns?

    (I am shutting up now.)
     

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