Identify This No. 149 by netkonnexion

Identify This No. 149

What is this!!!? No pressure!

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Hee hee! You got it! This was a domestic sized, wick activated, wedding bomb. Guaranteed to blow your socks off and cover you with lots of twisty paper strips. LOL... Otherwise known as a party popper! Yeehaa! BANG!!! (been waiting days to pop this).

Honorable mentions...
Cherrill - Thought I'd POP by and see your latest we can have a party....:-) Am I close? Net says:-->> Absolutely! Yeeehaaa!

Kathy A - An oddly shaped candle with a very long wick. Net says:-->> Oooops! No, but a Doohicky Award! Yaahy!

Jane - One of those whoope!!**!!**"!! party time party poppers!! Net says:-->> LOL you are not thinking whoopee cushion are you? If you sat on one of these and pulled the string it would blow your a*** off! LOL.

Jase - Its a small plastic replica champagne bottle with a cardboard base. It emits a loud popping noise by means of a small friction-actuated explosive charge that is emitted by pulling a string or by compressed air released when released. In some party poppers an explosive charge is not used. In party poppers with an explosive charge, there are less than 16 milligrams of explosive charge. The streamers are non flammable for safe use. The charge or compressed air blows out some confetti or streamers and emits a popping sound. Although they are in some places sold with fireworks, they are not considered fireworks and are often legal where fireworks are banned and/or excluded from regulation of fireworks sales. They are also generally listed as a novelty item or trick noise maker and are sold year round in many party supply stores or with party supplies in many stores. God I'm bored =)... Net says:-->> zzz...zzz...zzz...zzz... has he finished? Thank goodness! LOL. Nice one jase! A Doohicky Award! YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHa!

Paula Brumbe - drat, is this a cultural thing about the party poppers. It is actually a weight to hold down levitating strings. Net says:-->> ROFL.LOL.Chuckle.Grin.Smile.Phew! Split both sides here. Loved that idea. A definite Doohicky Award for this one. LOL... OMG I am off again. Owww! Those sides are oozing!

Howard N - Is it not a strike and light land mine? Net says:-->> Excellent. LOL. Love it. A doohicky award! yeehaaa!

Carole Imes - Perfume atomizer wick...I think? Net says:-->> Didn't see that coming, but plausile. a "Doohicky Award!" Yaaho!

Sue Wilde - Bomb! It's obvious! Net says:-->> Kerrr...BANG!!! Damn, there goes my socks again! A Doohicky Award!

Steve Maidwell - A prototype hand grenade! Net says:-->> Oooops! No, but a Doohicky Award! Yaahy!

Paula Cook-Farkas - Holy Cow, it's a bomb!! Don't light that fuse! Net says:-->> Oooops! No, but a Doohicky Award! Yaahy!

Serious illness in my close family and a severe workload has meant that I am finding it difficult to comment at the moment. Thanks for your comments and continued support. I love all the things you say and I promise to get round to all your shots when I can.

Thanks for your visit and all your comments I enjoy them all. Hope to see ya soon!

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