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Fun Friday!


laura16 11 605
16 Jan 2004 3:35PM
Is anybody counting? How many uses so far? You could always dismantle it and use various bits e.g.Mirror to touch up your make-up, Strap to mend broken things or tie something up, maybe even to hold your trousers up if your buttons pop off. Lens could be a handy magnifying glass or a means to make a camp fire should you be stranded somewhere. All those tiny screws are bound to come in useful for something someday and then you could use the camera body as a mini plant pot and put a geranium in it.

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Phoenix 13 1.9k
16 Jan 2004 3:38PM
take the innards out, seal the back up, take the glass out of a broken lens and seal the lenscap on to give a rather different "cocktail shaker"
Phoenix 13 1.9k
16 Jan 2004 3:40PM
Leave it on the car seat when parking in a less salubrious area of the city. In other words, donate it to support a local teenagers crack habit
IanA 11 3.0k 12 England
16 Jan 2004 5:05PM
Fill it with sand, tie it to a piece of string and use it as a pendulum!
Big Bri 13 15.6k United Kingdom
16 Jan 2004 5:28PM
Take it swimming and tell everyone that cameras are all waterproof and they should try it with their own.
stevenj 11 2.0k England
16 Jan 2004 5:37PM
Take it into as many camera shops as possible to see how many different reasons for it being broken you get!
IanA 11 3.0k 12 England
16 Jan 2004 7:08PM
42!
Phoenix 13 1.9k
16 Jan 2004 7:12PM
42 ? That gives me an idea !!

Collect as many broken cameras as you can and build a life size replica of Marvin the Paranoid Android then have conversations with it about Life, the Universe and Everything
IanA 11 3.0k 12 England
16 Jan 2004 7:15PM
But the answer to that was 37!
IanA 11 3.0k 12 England
16 Jan 2004 7:17PM
Glue a load together to form a staircase to the loft and turn that into a darkroom!

You'd need the old box ones for that though!
Phoenix 13 1.9k
16 Jan 2004 7:29PM
Ian, I think you'll find the answer to "The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything" is 42

"The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and Everything" is "What's 6 times 9 ?" hence arthur Dent's comment "I always knew there was something fundamentally wrong with the Universe"

I'll shut up now before Bri has another moan about me going "off topic"
IanA 11 3.0k 12 England
16 Jan 2004 7:32PM
LOL
Anthony 13 5.6k 17 Scotland
16 Jan 2004 8:23PM
Have to agree with Phoenix, the answer is 42, and the Marvin idea is a stonker, but which manufacturer should we use for his massive brain? After all, it was the size of a planet, and this needs further discussion.

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macroman 11 15.3k England
16 Jan 2004 8:24PM
Tell everyone it's the latest Digi.
It'll probably take better pix anyway.

ROFL

Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha,Ha.................................................................
Mari 11 1.8k Wales
16 Jan 2004 8:32PM
Give it to your mother in law for christmas!

Only saying that because she gave me back for xmas this year exactly what I bought her 2 years ago!!

(I would never do it really!!)

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