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Yet another overwhelming silly weapon-wannabe. These banana nunchucks let you bring your favorite carb/proteins to the gym while flexing biceps at your fellow Kickboxercisers.
Please note that these Banana Nunchucks work better with straighter* bananas.
- Print parts, link the tops and bottoms with thin bungee cords.
- Connect both bananas with the meanest looking chain you can find at the local sundry.
The user assumes all responsibility if he/she decides to engage in any life threatening activities while using the Banana Nunchucks.
- Do not carry these openly into a bank, fast food joint or federal building. You should not carry them concealed either, unless you have a valid Concealed Banana Nunchuck Carrying license (Form 1206).
- Do not go thru any airport, or board a plane with them (You can, however, hand carry just the bananas*)
- Do not walk into a cage full of hungry gorillas wielding these nunchucks**.
- Fruit consumption and usage of banana skins for fun/profit post-Banana-Nunchuck-wielding is beyond the scope of this object; please check with respective grocery for relevant terms, conditions and disclaimers.
*The TSA website may or may not have current information on non-metal-chain-connected-bananas.
**especially if the gorillas are the ones wielding the nunchucks.
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