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2013-08-16 8:32 AM
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Subject: RE: What do you do with your swim caps?
Originally posted by BikerGrrrl

Originally posted by stilgarnaib I fasten them together with duct tape and shape them into a big balloon. Then I fit a lawn chair to the bottom it with string creating a harness. Then I hold a hair dryer up the hole to inflate and I then I escape over the prison wall. I then do a race, get caught and repeat.


Thanks but I stole the idea from an A-Team episode only Murdock used trash bags...

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