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Fun with a Y connector Answered

So I got one of my friends to come over, and we played with knex. He decided to have fun with a Y connector and pretended it was a nose and lip piercing. I thought it was funny, and took pictures, then I decided to post it.

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sprout_less (author)2009-09-20
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Camisado (author)2009-09-05

Two big lumps (nose skin) and a rod sticking out.... Oh my God....

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KentsOkay (author)Camisado2009-09-11

>laughs loudly A very small rod too...

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Camisado (author)KentsOkay2009-09-11

Tsk tsk... I wonder how he can pick up chicks with a rod that small.... I have this really big Y connector, it's 12 inches long. Now that is a total chick magnet.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-11

Its not my real rod. The real one is equal to a gray rod+orange connector hooked onto my nose.

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Lithium Rain (author)Camisado2009-09-18

He has a point. You grow up.

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Camisado (author)Lithium Rain2009-09-18

I am. It's called puberty, milady.

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TheCheese9921 (author)Camisado2009-09-18

Puberty has absolutely nothing to do with growing up. Sorry

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Camisado (author)TheCheese99212009-09-18

It at least has something to do with growing up. Sorry to you.

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TheCheese9921 (author)Camisado2009-09-19

No, it really doesn't at all, puberty is a physical change, growing up is a mental change, they really aren't related.

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Camisado (author)TheCheese99212009-09-19

Dude, are you saying that you don't experience any mental change in your teen/puberty years?

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TheCheese9921 (author)Camisado2009-09-19

Emotional changes yes, mental changes specifically maturity, no.

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Camisado (author)TheCheese99212009-09-19

Then your argument isn't necessarily correct, 'cause I (and a whole lot of people I know) experienced the whole process differently.

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TheCheese9921 (author)Camisado2009-09-19

Hitting puberty does not equal growing up, guys don't typically mature till their 20's or 30's (some never will haha). Maturity is gained through experiences (it takes a lot more than 12 years worth), I do admit when you are going through puberty you will most likely feel like you are "all grown up" because of it, you're not, this is just your hormones. After puberty tweens and teens still lack self control and discipline along with many other parts of being considered "mature".

Don't worry about growing up or being mature, it will all come in time.

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Camisado (author)TheCheese99212009-09-20

Now, first of all, you talk like I said something along the lines of puberty being the end of emotional & mental growth when I didn't. I know it takes more than 12 years worth, but for your information I never said it only takes 12 years and I am a few years older than 12. When did I ever say I'm all grown up? When did I even made myself out to be remotely mature? Now listen guy, I appreciate your many advices but don't talk like I said those things 'cause I didn't. Haha, now that's just pathetic. When did I ever worry about growing up or being mature? Thanks for the moral support, but FYI you started this whole conversation and if anything, you should be telling yourself that.

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knexsniper1 (author)Camisado2009-09-17

I don't see what growing up had to do with acting like that... But hey. Whatev

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Camisado (author)knexsniper12009-09-18

You call this disgusting, I mean seriously, what are you, 8?

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Lithium Rain (author)Camisado2009-09-18

The fact that someone has higher standards than you does not mean they are younger, weaker, or immature. Quite the opposite in fact.

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Camisado (author)Lithium Rain2009-09-18

When did I ever even say "younger", "weaker", or "immature"? When did I imply he was even inferior to me in any way? Granted, I might have been a little harsh on him, but you stating "quite the opposite" ? Hah. I laughed. Read your whole comment all over again, seriously. Doesn't necessarily have to be like that at all. Me and the guys are just trying to have a little harmless fun, don't need to rain on our parade, man.

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Lithium Rain (author)Camisado2009-09-19

>>When did I ever even say "younger", "weaker", or "immature"? When did I imply he was even inferior to me in any way? You implied he must be 8 years old to think your joke was disgusting. >>Granted, I might have been a little harsh on him, but you stating "quite the opposite" ? Quite so. To take the high road is a sign of maturity. I stand by that statement.

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Camisado (author)Lithium Rain2009-09-20

Point taken. Whatever. I have my own values, you can keep yours.

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knexsniper1 (author)Camisado2009-09-18

Hey, who asked you to stop? You can continue if you want, i'm just saying that I think that what you are saying is a little "strange" and for your information, I am not 8, i'm 14, and I would appreciate it if we just end argument now.

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DJ Radio (author)knexsniper12009-09-18

Nobody cares. That is a better alternative to Telos's comment.

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knexsniper1 (author)DJ Radio2009-09-18

Ok, it's great to hear that nobody cares, now can we just end this argument now? I don't want to argue with you guys...

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KentsOkay (author)Camisado2009-09-11

Yah, but you gotta go out in public with it just hangin' there....

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Camisado (author)KentsOkay2009-09-11

Not if you wear extra large AR-4 Commando undies topped with a fabulous SR-V1 boxer!

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-11

Its "AR-4 Commando V3" and "SR-v2" The older versions just don't cut it.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05
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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-05

I was cracking a joke. I can't believe you didn't get my drift. Two big lumps, rod sticking out..... Does it ring any bells?

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05
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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-05
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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-10
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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-10

Not when I got on. It said you were offline.

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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-11

Eh.... By the time you're online, I'm usually asleep (unless its a weekend).

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05

I just took a break from it and forgot.

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Camisado (author)Der Bradly2009-09-05

I like this guy, he's got a sense of humor.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05

not when you see his KI side.

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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-05

Ngeh, I'll save the hating for when he does show his KI side.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05

Already done in ibles chat yesterday.

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Camisado (author)DJ Radio2009-09-05

Please discuss KI matters only in KI and the K'nex section of I'bles, don't drag any of the other regulars into this.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-09-05

...... It was him being a brad. No typo intended (brad is his KI name)

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