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Old 09-08-2010, 09:03 AM   #1
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Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

I dunno why this popped into my head but I thought I'd ask.

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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

That's really in poor taste, Fluxy.
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

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That's really in poor taste, Fluxy.
Well I think if I had a prosthetic leg I'd get an itch to wax/seal it. I mean, I'm sure he cleans it when needed so the thought of taking it further isn't completely out there.

I wear a hearing aid and think about waxing the part that doesn't go in my ear to help with sweat and whatnot. I've never done it though.
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

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That's really in poor taste, Fluxy.
I have to agree.......this thread should probably just be deleted.
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

Wow....

Is it too late to edit your post? Even if my best friend told me to joke about something like that with him, I can't say I'd have it in me.

Maybe you and Mike are close like that.....


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Old 09-08-2010, 09:25 AM   #7
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

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Wow....

Is it too late to edit your post? Even if my best friend told me to joke about something like that with him, I can't say I'd have it in me.

Maybe you and Mike are close like that.....


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He's had his prosthetic something like 30 years. I'm sure he's heard it all and is "over" it. In fact with how long he's been around on the forums I'm almost certain it's been asked before.

Why not care for your property?

If Mike doesn't think the question is interesting or I did it out of spite (which I did not) or he's touchy on the subject he's free to delete it.
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

No problems...

I keep the Titanium/Aluminum Alloy polished till it looks like chrome and try to keep it polished up all the time. It's hard when I tend to get all kinds of chemical splatter on it when spraying cleaners, (the wind blows it around), or splatter off a buffer...

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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

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No problems...

I keep the Titanium/Aluminum Alloy polished till it looks like chrome and try to keep it polished up all the time. It's hard when I tend to get all kinds of chemical splatter on it when spraying cleaners, (the wind blows it around), or splatter off a buffer...

That's cool dude. I didn't even think about polishing it like that, if it were me I'd just keep it as clean as I could and toss a sealant on it.

Does it get banged up easy? I have a titanium wedding band that scratches if you look at it wrong. Granted it's not high grade titanium like your leg likely is.

Thanks for answering.
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Re: Mike, you ever get the itch to wax that leg?

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That's really in poor taste, Fluxy.
Agreed 100000%

Good thing MIke is a level headed guy and didn't take offense
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