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Re: Mushroom pipes

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Louise (lutton.us)
Sat, 7 Feb 1998 11:48:23 -0500


>
> While we're on this line, here are a few other things from the art room
>that students
> can use for making paraphenalia: metal tubes from markers; the metal
>paint cups that
> come with airbrush sets; airbrush bottles with metal lids and metal pipes
>extending
>into the bottle; Klay Guns and the screen inserts; just yesterday a
>student was
>studying a plain ol' metal funnel and said, "I could make a bowl out of
>this." After
>two rolls of tracing paper were stolen, I asked a savvy student if it were
>suitable for
> rolling joints; he thought so, and said they would have to use honey as a
>glue. Talk
> about a BIG BAMBU!
>
> Okay guys, what have _your_ geniuses used?
>

When I was a restuarant manager, the dishwashers used potatoes for
pipes....the mothers of invention!
Louise