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Mini Stroll

Postby tiktok » January 3rd 2018, 4:26pm

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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby Racer-X » January 3rd 2018, 5:06pm

So far past gaudy, it almost looks normal.
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby tiktok » January 3rd 2018, 5:10pm

That is real Piaget not fake Invicter.
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby koimaster » January 3rd 2018, 5:13pm

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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby artman » January 3rd 2018, 6:12pm

Howz da loom?
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby Thunder1 » January 3rd 2018, 6:19pm

Hope I won't have nightmares tonight!!...
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby TemerityB » January 3rd 2018, 9:13pm

That was brilliant, Tok. You're the last person I thought would include a shot of the Invicter Manhattan "flagship store," just brilliant. Frankly, I'm shocked to see that yellow dump is still open.
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby smellody » January 3rd 2018, 9:36pm

That thing is...... is..........




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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby conjurer » January 3rd 2018, 11:16pm

smellody wrote:That thing is...... is..........




AMAZING!


Dang. It appears that Dr. Smells has the Piaget/diamond fever bad, man.

I find it interesting that there are no Invicter stores on the West Coast, particularly in down-market areas like Tacoma-Lakewood, where I personally saw not one but two Mighty Hydromaxes in the wild, whereas none of you East Coast Nancy-boys have seen one, GODAM it. Why Washington State is so popular among Invicter hoarders collectors is strange to me; perhaps for the same reason that my adopted state grows so many bloody serial murderers.

If there was an Invicter store at, say, Tacoma Mall, next to the Build-a-Bear, I'd be happy to walk in and shoot some pics and harass the clerks, perhaps banging my SMP on the Flame Fusion display cases containing Manny sub Aqueer homos and Boalts GODAM it.
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby foghorn » January 4th 2018, 4:42am

conjurer wrote:
smellody wrote:That thing is...... is..........




AMAZING!


Dang. It appears that Dr. Smells has the Piaget/diamond fever bad, man.

I find it interesting that there are no Invicter stores on the West Coast, particularly in down-market areas like Tacoma-Lakewood, where I personally saw not one but two Mighty Hydromaxes in the wild, whereas none of you East Coast Nancy-boys have seen one, GODAM it. Why Washington State is so popular among Invicter hoarders collectors is strange to me; perhaps for the same reason that my adopted state grows so many bloody serial murderers.

If there was an Invicter store at, say, Tacoma Mall, next to the Build-a-Bear, I'd be happy to walk in and shoot some pics and harass the clerks, perhaps banging my SMP on the Flame Fusion display cases containing Manny sub Aqueer homos and Boalts GODAM it.



The Sears near me has a whole showcase full of assorted hideously large Invictas.
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Re: Mini Stroll

Postby TemerityB » January 4th 2018, 11:36am

foghorn wrote:
conjurer wrote:
smellody wrote:That thing is...... is..........




AMAZING!


Dang. It appears that Dr. Smells has the Piaget/diamond fever bad, man.

I find it interesting that there are no Invicter stores on the West Coast, particularly in down-market areas like Tacoma-Lakewood, where I personally saw not one but two Mighty Hydromaxes in the wild, whereas none of you East Coast Nancy-boys have seen one, GODAM it. Why Washington State is so popular among Invicter hoarders collectors is strange to me; perhaps for the same reason that my adopted state grows so many bloody serial murderers.

If there was an Invicter store at, say, Tacoma Mall, next to the Build-a-Bear, I'd be happy to walk in and shoot some pics and harass the clerks, perhaps banging my SMP on the Flame Fusion display cases containing Manny sub Aqueer homos and Boalts GODAM it.



The Sears near me has a whole showcase full of assorted hideously large Invictas.


My local JC Penny's has a huge assortment of huge IWG monstrosities.

Actually saw a member of a gospel music group with a freakin' Russian Diver on recently. And I am starting to see more Invicters in the wild, much like conj does. We have met the enemy, and we are theirs.
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