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how can my dd conceal a spear in her hand luggage?

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giraffeski Mon 23-May-05 10:59:26

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Gwenick Mon 23-May-05 11:00:20

- I'll ask DH he brought his spear with him when we came to the UK - likes to spear the cats that come into our garden (and also the same spear he'll teach the boys to catch 'big cats' and buffalo with)

SoupDragon Mon 23-May-05 11:01:15

You need one of the new modern Telescopic Spears, rather cunnigly disguised as a Rabbit. One press of a button and they spring from Rabbit sized to a full length spear.

Don't get it confused with your real rabbit though.

giraffeski Mon 23-May-05 11:02:46

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Xena Mon 23-May-05 11:05:25

are you smelly flower baiting?

giraffeski Mon 23-May-05 11:05:41

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snafu Mon 23-May-05 11:05:57

Oh, you are scamps, all of you

Gobbledigook Mon 23-May-05 11:07:50


gscrym Mon 23-May-05 11:20:05

Couldn't you get a snooker cue with spear attachment. Useful for big game and beer garden hunting.

emily05 Mon 23-May-05 11:27:13

trouble is - would this help if there was a triffid invasion?

WigWamBam Mon 23-May-05 11:29:56

She could cunningly disguise it as a walking stick.

Spacecadet Mon 23-May-05 11:31:27

wouldnt she be better off with an air rifle or better still a 12 bore shot gun, only prob though is the kick back isquite large so if we are talking asmall child here shewill prob lose an eye when she tries to shoot anything, quite heavy too, better a rifle i think, but you will also need to conceal ameat cleaver too, she needs to chop up her freshly killed prey.

Caligula Mon 23-May-05 11:34:33


Oh God, this is so out of hand.

But irresistable.

TakeOff Mon 23-May-05 11:35:17

Oh well never mind if they lose an eye - goes with the territory I guess......

Spacecadet Mon 23-May-05 11:35:33

isshe trained in the art of skinning and gutting animals

Spacecadet Mon 23-May-05 11:36:06

an eye for an eye as they say..titter.

TakeOff Mon 23-May-05 11:37:08

<snurkity snurk>

emily05 Mon 23-May-05 11:38:13

I tell you what sod mums and toddlers group from now on, think as a resonsible parent I had better send ds to baby boot camp for a crash test in survival!

Spacecadet Mon 23-May-05 11:40:02

got to go and get ds from survival in the wild group now(pre-school)

giraffeski Mon 23-May-05 11:43:44

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Tissy Mon 23-May-05 11:44:58

what you really need for skinning and gutting is a very sharp knife, so if she manages to get one of those through security, she could lash it to a stick and it could double as a spear.

gscrym Mon 23-May-05 11:45:11

Losing an eye and wearing an eye patch is survivalist chic! That along with baby fatigues and she'll look just darling!

E-mail the people who make Swiss army knives, they may have a folding arsnel of weapons that would be just would you need, compact but deadly.

Spacecadet Mon 23-May-05 12:14:16

i am rofl, i cant help it

HappyMumof2 Mon 23-May-05 12:21:10

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Tissy Mon 23-May-05 12:24:23

Maybe we should get ray Mears involved in a national campaign to ensure that all children of school age are taught survival skills.

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