Instructables - HOW TO PUT HORNS IN YOUR CAR

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Introduction: Instructables - HOW TO PUT HORNS IN YOUR CAR

About: English is not my first language. I use Google Translator and patience of friends to write Instructables. Feel free to point out style, syntax or grammatical errors. Actually I work in TECHSHOP Menlo Park CA …

In Latin culture to have a horn means your wife is having fun with someone else. The horn is a visible trophy of your inability to handle your own wife or a sign that you have a bad wife.   In any circumstance to possess a horn not is a good thing.

To help those with horns to help identify themselves, I have written this instructable. 

Readers feel free to send this paper to someone you know to inform him that his wife has other interests.  You may want to deliver and run as he might come after you with his horn or more importantly feel free to send this instructable to someone who doesn't have the need but want improve his "Horn Technical Culture"  and would like to know HOW TO PUT HORNS ON HIS CAR.
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Step 1:

First, you must find a horn.
I had this deer horn hanging on my shed.

Step 2:

remove the horn from the support.

Step 3:

Take a hammer, a puncture and an electrical drill with a bit.

Step 4:

Puncture the hood of the car. Note, if you have a nice car such as a Porsche or BMW you may want to reconsider.

Step 5:

If you choose to continue, make a hole in the hood.

Step 6:

Then tie the horn very well.  It is bad enough to have a horn on your car but a horn that wobbles is really embarrassing!

Step 7:

Now that you are done, you can be the proud  owner of a happy identifiable horn.

and yes, I made it at Techshop.

Now  send this "Instructables" for 10 friends and tomorrow you will see what is happening .....ahahha....

Good lucky  :)


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    7 Comments

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    NickHunter
    NickHunter

    7 years ago

    Technically those are antlers, not horns! Sorry for being a smartass

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    abstracted
    abstracted

    9 years ago on Introduction

    the question i have is : WHY????? no really...why would one want to do that to a perfectly good hood?? an old beater perhaps (looks over shoulder n sees the rack mounted on my motorcycle) it was for xmas dammit lol decorated with many lights, icicle ornaments and tinsel every year...horns were for the reindeer effect .

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    GregoriNiculitcheff
    GregoriNiculitcheff

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    cool, very interesting (not for run all year around but very cool for christmas :)

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    skiedra
    skiedra

    9 years ago on Introduction

    In soviet russia there were Pobeda and Volga cars. In front they had a figurine of a galoping deer.

    And it was the main reason behind many deaths and horrible injuries of pedestrians that got caught in an accident involving these cars.

    In regular crash, the main hit goes into the legs, while a pedestrian has a chance to be thrown onto the hood and windshield. In case of russian cars (and this horned one), all those decorations ended smiting bellies of them poor souls. I will not describe further injuries that followed ....

    So think before you do such things and propagate any such car decoration culture.

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    Kiteman
    Kiteman

    9 years ago on Introduction

    That looks cool, and you would get more views if you used that last image as your introduction image as well.

    It's a shame that this project is illegal in the UK...

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    GregoriNiculitcheff
    GregoriNiculitcheff

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thank You for the tip about the images :)
    Is illegal in California too but I use anyway ....ahahah...