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How to care for your drinking skulls and horns

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posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 03:46 AM
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whoa epic natty ice viking lol!


@Gazrok: That thing is glorious! only 8.9k... AND THE SHIPPING IS FREE!
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posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 01:43 PM
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Yeah, a steal, right? Personally, I prefer a pewter tankard myself. It keeps drinks REALLY cold, so cold it burns most others' lips, hehe...but I have some kind of weird hot/cold tolerance thing... It is pretty heavy though, but dishwasher safe, and just plain cool.



posted on Mar, 1 2014 @ 11:27 PM
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Advantage
Masons????

I thought we were talking about Vikings...



I have recently purchased some horns from an undisclosed source, for the discerning gentlemen only...



I thought I would add some more helpful advice, by popular demand from those who would rather not post their questions here.

Arise Thread!!! Arise!



When carving intricate "designs" on your drinking skulls and horns please be cautious and wear your PPE, for the novices please don't be afraid to ask, we are talking about goggles and a breathing mask. It is very important to protect yourself from the dust as it will gather mucous in your lungs and cause quite an illness in most people. Especially more detailed and intricate inscriptions such as The Helm of Terror, The Pyramid with the -you know... and any Reptilian overlord inscriptions that are only found on the interwebs.

I hope you enjoy this thread, and if you are still alive please take calcium supplements, but not to much because that may be unhealthy.






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