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Fury220

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Looks like they finally found enough cabin space for your mother.




haha
 

minitour

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Their newest version of "The Bomb"...but I think it's a little obvious.

-mini
 

cforst513

Giggity giggity goo!!!
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man, that's one helluva suppository....
 

FN FAL

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I like it. They may not make the prettiest stuff, but at least they have the gumption to give it a whirl.
 

The_Russian

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Myasichev VM-T

A rather unique modification of the M-4 'Bison' bomber to carry huge loads on its back. The tail unit has been replaced by one with twin, very big, rectangular fins. The Myasichev VM-T was built for the Buran space-shuttle programme and the Energia launcher. Continue to count on my great knowledge of the USSR to answer questions.
 

nosewheel

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Whats the matter with you guys. Have you not ever seen the GUPPY before now?:D
 

PolarTwins55

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me thinks it's a rather large, superpowered dildo...
 

FN FAL

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PolarTwins55 said:
me thinks it's a rather large, superpowered dildo...
Do you think they'll be able to fly it to Uranus for a special mission?
 

pilotmiketx

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It's a giant propane tank for a giant FEMA trailer park in Louisiana.
 

Tram

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Hmm... cool..
 

Big Duke Six

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Cirrus Jet

They're still working on hiding the rather large ballistic chute on the new Cirrus Jet.
 
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