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    https://youtu.be/CYTQENjz928

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khazaann View Post
    lol. That was magnificent (I am familiar with the 15/15/15 rule but that was cool to watch [I would be way to shy and uncertain to put up my own YouTube GemStone-related video.])
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    If you and Jar Jar Binks had a child it would rule the world.
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    Wikka wikka my nikka yo yo yo yo: CHECK IT. Tha thang in the thang and bedump bedump da BEBANG knowwhatIsayin?!

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    A big coppery spiked kettle hat:

    Sturdy and large, this kettle hat's sheen is from a kiln-finished coppery brown glaze. A few small dents here and there ever-so-slightly mar the surface of the hat's glazed finish. The hat has been lightly decorated with an asymmetrical sprinkling of cheap diopsides upon its exterior. A jutting, extremely sharp spike sits a atop the crown of the hat -- flanked at both sides by a pair of equally tall, very sinuously curved horns.

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    Last edited by Stanley Burrell; 06-11-2018 at 02:59 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Anticor
    If you and Jar Jar Binks had a child it would rule the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley Burrell
    Wikka wikka my nikka yo yo yo yo: CHECK IT. Tha thang in the thang and bedump bedump da BEBANG knowwhatIsayin?!

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    One last final bump for all you artsy mofos <3

    So I'm thinking that an asymmetrical sprinkling of cheap diopsides is odd because you don't really sprinkle whole gems. Even diopsides.

    So I was thinking of using a word like "shard" or something. No "shart" though, sorry

    Anyway, artsy mofos, get to work
    Quote Originally Posted by Anticor
    If you and Jar Jar Binks had a child it would rule the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley Burrell
    Wikka wikka my nikka yo yo yo yo: CHECK IT. Tha thang in the thang and bedump bedump da BEBANG knowwhatIsayin?!

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    Alright. Got some help and have two more alter ideas. Anyone?

    An oversized copper kettle hat with large spikes:

    This large and sturdy kettle hat has been covered with a coppery brown glaze, giving it a kiln-finished sheen. A plethora of small dents mar the glistening surface. A sprinkling of asymmetrical diopsides are set upon the exterior of the hat. An extremely sharp spike juts out from the crown between a set of very sinuously curved horns. This complex design of this hat makes it a force to be reckoned with.

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    A big spiked copper kettle hat:

    The coppery glaze of this oversized kettle hat has a shiny mirror finish. Small dents here and there reflect light off riveted small spikes that circle the hat's wide brim. Adorning the top peak of the helmet is tall spike -- flanked on each side by a pair of very sinuously carved ivory horns. The tip of each horn is capped by razor-sharp talon. The hat is lined with some old cushiony leather that affords its wearer added protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anticor
    If you and Jar Jar Binks had a child it would rule the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley Burrell
    Wikka wikka my nikka yo yo yo yo: CHECK IT. Tha thang in the thang and bedump bedump da BEBANG knowwhatIsayin?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley Burrell View Post
    Alright. Got some help and have two more alter ideas. Anyone?

    A big coppery spiked kettle hat:

    Sturdy and large, this kettle hat's sheen is from a kiln-finished coppery brown glaze. A few small dents here and there ever-so-slightly mar the surface of the hat's glazed finish. The hat has been lightly decorated with an asymmetrical sprinkling of cheap diopsides upon its exterior. A jutting, extremely sharp spike sits a atop the crown of the hat -- flanked at both sides by a pair of equally tall, very sinuously curved horns.

    An oversized copper kettle hat with large spikes:

    This large and sturdy kettle hat has been covered with a coppery brown glaze, giving it a kiln-finished sheen. A plethora of small dents mar the glistening surface. A sprinkling of asymmetrical diopsides are set upon the exterior of the hat. An extremely sharp spike juts out from the crown between a set of very sinuously curved horns. This complex design of this hat makes it a force to be reckoned with.

    .

    A big spiked copper kettle hat:

    The coppery glaze of this oversized kettle hat has a shiny mirror finish. Small dents here and there reflect light off riveted small spikes that circle the hat's wide brim. Adorning the top peak of the helmet is tall spike -- flanked on each side by a pair of very sinuously carved ivory horns. The tip of each horn is capped by razor-sharp talon. The hat is lined with some old cushiony leather that affords its wearer added protection.

    ..?
    ?
    Last edited by Stanley Burrell; 06-17-2018 at 04:09 PM. Reason: שבת שלום
    Quote Originally Posted by Anticor
    If you and Jar Jar Binks had a child it would rule the world.
    Quote Originally Posted by Stanley Burrell
    Wikka wikka my nikka yo yo yo yo: CHECK IT. Tha thang in the thang and bedump bedump da BEBANG knowwhatIsayin?!

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