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Old 06-17-2002, 12:26 PM
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I will admit my midwest roots showing through here (God please dont let jeffreys girlfriend catch wind of this I will never hear the end) When you purchase some brands of Board Shorts they have a little plastic piece about 2 inches lond that has an edge with a saw tooth texture to it attached by a rubber band type cord. What is the purpose of this thing? i thought it was just one brand but I purchased a couple pair over the weekend and they were different brand and they had them as well.
 
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Old 06-17-2002, 02:13 PM
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come on nort where are you at?
 
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Old 06-17-2002, 02:25 PM
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Don't feel bad. I bought some and asked the very same question. The saleman could not answer the question! He had no idea! It turns out that it was supposed to be a comb. Go figure.
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To comb the stripper crabs out of your pubes dude
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I had a few with that thingy majigy.. I thought it was for waxing your surf board or somthin... I cut it off and use it for a comb LOL!
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Actually it is a board comb for taking up the wax on your board. Some times when it builds up a lot or you forget your Sex Wax you have to comb it to make it so you will not fall off.

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Thaks audio and those girls werent strippers they were Adult Entertainers So you ready for a trip back out there to finish up an install?
 
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oh oh sherman that does not sound good!!! Oh adult entertainers. I was trying to download my footage of some guy in blue shorts doing a little hookie dance and smakin dat azz

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Shane-

Is this some kinda trick question or something? You guys make fun of me.......but Travis and Jon got it right. It's not so much for application of the wax, but when you're chillin on the beach and your board is either laying down or leaning on the rocks, the wax will melt and smooth out. The comb is mostly to put a non-slip surface to the wax which will harden back up as soon as you hit the salt again.

Please sumit all embarasing questions via PM in the future for your own sake Shane.

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