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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2012 8:46 am 
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I would have bet good money the rolling pin handle would break, so color me surprised. :o

Suggestion? End the scene where you shoot the steel ball from the handle of the rolling pin right with your reaction to the camera. Cut it off before you start walking toward the viewer. Editing is like timing the punch line of the joke.

Now I'm cutting you slack because you did say this was just a quick video, but if you ever feel like supplementing/expanding this one, I'll pose the question that I'm sure is on everyone's lips:

WHAT ABOUT THE FRYING PAN? C'mon JorgeS, with "Angry housewife" in the title how could you not get medieval on a coconut with a cast iron frying pan?

And excuse me: meat cleaver? I think I can safely speak for the masses when I say we want to see a meat cleaver!

While you're at it, a toaster please? Sure it's not dense enough to reliably crack a skull if thrown, but it's got that long cord right? Start swinging that Sunbeam around by the cord and suddenly our housewife is armed with a freaking meteor hammer.

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If you ever do decide to make a longer version of this video, JorgeS, would it be asking too much for you to wear something a bit more in character? Like an apron? Maybe something with ruffles.



These are, of course, trifling criticisms. The world is an immeasurably richer place because of your awesome video series. JorgeS.

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:36 pm 
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Joerg. Considering your arms are probably as large as your wife's legs pretty much anything you use is likely to result in re-death. :shock:
I'd say get herself in front of the camera but perhaps shes shy..........Besides, if you did the Oaf-patrol wouldn't be far behind. :lol:



Seconded Re: frying pan, meat cleaver and toaster (and/or iron ?). But I'd love to see Stiletto heel and Grandma's flail, a big well loaded handbag (not some flea weight nightclub bag, with just about enough room for a key, a packet of three and a lipstick. A proper one)

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:50 pm 
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Great video...I have several rolling pins, including a solid marble one. :D

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wee drop o' bush wrote:
Great video...I have several rolling pins, including a solid marble one. :D


I imagine the solid marble one would do --plenty-- of damage!

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:18 pm 
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I usually use it for pastry as its cool to touch. But it's good to know it'd be an effective re-deader :)

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There's a little imports store in my town that sells a stainless steel rolling pin.

I can't even begin to imagine getting thwacked in the skull with one of those. :shock:

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Their usefulness all depends on the handles. They'd need to be secure or the pin would fly off & you'd be in real bother :gonk:

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Joerg. Considering your arms are probably as large as your wife's legs pretty much anything you use is likely to result in re-death.


This :lol:

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The only logical conclusion to this is that it must eventually result in the construction of a rolling pin launcher.


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I thought about that, but I haven't decided wether the projectile is supposed to flip over (rotate) in flight or not. :)

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 8:02 am 
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I'm waiting for the video of Joerg looking at a coconut and it exploding. Really, is anything not deadly when you have tree trunks for arms?

Seriously, always cool stuff.

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I remember a summer when I was a kid, maybe 15 or 16. I had many friends, but there were three guys I just hated, for various reasons.

They all died during the summer holidays, in three unrelated accidents. One car crash, one motorbike crash and one guy slipped and cracked his head.

When school started, I learned about their deaths... kept me thinking. I spent the summer hundreds of miles away, but maybe my hatred DID have an impact.

Since then, noone else that I hate died. All these bastards are alive and kicking. Is that a good thing? On some days it is, on others not so much. :)

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 29, 2012 9:11 am 
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JoergS wrote:
I remember a summer when I was a kid, maybe 15 or 16. I had many friends, but there were three guys I just hated, for various reasons.

They all died during the summer holidays, in three unrelated accidents. One car crash, one motorbike crash and one guy slipped and cracked his head.


I researched these incidents and the car crash was caused by a flying bowling ball, the motor cycle crash was cause by a pencil deflating the front tire and the guy that cracked his head had a rolling pin found near by. I don't know, Joerg, sounds fishy... :D

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Here I am starting to bring some parapsychology into the discussion, and you wipe it all away with your research.... sport spoiler!

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I love watching your videos, you just always seem to be having so much damn fun!

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Joerg, the only man I know who often uses latex to have fun.....And can post worksafe videos of him doing it :lol:

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I think if we get into frying pans and other kitchen appliances, why not a vacuum cleaner launcher? :lol:


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I think if we get into frying pans and other kitchen appliances, why not a vacuum cleaner launcher? :lol:


The one that fires high velocity knitting needles. Now you know why all those extension wands have rifling on the inside.

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I had posted this pic in Longarms - Shotguns and Rifles already:
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A rough translation of the poem in the picture:
"My wife, show some understanding and respect! Salary is spent on the purchasing of equipment."
By the way, in Russia and in Ukraine this terrible device is named not like "kachalka" but like "katalka" or "skalka". (right pronounce of letters "a" like "u" in "Skully").
And this is a very common weapon of the majority of our wives :shock:

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A rough translation of the poem in the picture:
"My wife, show some understanding and respect! Salary is spent on the purchasing of equipment."


It's good to know that some problems are truly universal! :D

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It's good to know that some problems are truly universal! :D

Eventually, I came to understanding that we have more common features than differences, although it sounds banally.

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I will put forward the metal meat tenderizer as a skull crushing kitchen implement. Well, wooden would work if Joerg were to swing it. Most womenfolk might need the mass of the metal ones. :lol:


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