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  1. AdmFubar says:

    you can never start them too young on using duck tape.. ๐Ÿ˜›
    it is about the only thing left in the area that we manufacture..

    we’re just really desperate! ๐Ÿ™

  2. tomdennis says:

    This is perfect for a home-made child’s raincoat.
    http://besthomemadecrafts.com/duct-tape-crafts/

  3. matt says:

    I really needed this about a year ago. My daughter was taking off her diapers in the middle of the night and wetting the bed. So i started duct taping them shut. My wife found some pink duct tape and life was good again. Hello Kitty would have been awesome.

  4. dittmv says:

    From the link…

    “Description
    * High performance strength and adhesion characteristics
    * Tears easily by hand without curling and conforms to uneven surfaces
    * Excellent for coordinating repairs, color-coding materials, fashion, crafting and imaginative projects”

    This seems like a product that should sell itself… or the understatement of the decade.

    • msbpodcast says:

      The forgot the most important characteristic and celebrity endorsement:

      Can save your [bleep] if the oxygen recycler explodes on the way to the moon. -Tom Hanks

      • laxdude says:

        It was over spec voltage through wiring in the cryo-tanks that caused them to explode, not the oxygen recyclers. They needed the duct tape to jerryrig the CO2 scrubber cartridges from the command module to fit in the lunar module system.

        • xjonx says:

          Why be SOOOO nerdy. Nobody is impressed. We all got the point of msbpodcast’s comment.

        • sargasso_c says:

          Thank you and welcome to Dvorak Uncensored, Captain James Lovell. It’s a real honor and a privilege to have a NASA legend and hero on board. We all look forward to hearing more from you.

  5. Gary, the dangerous infidel says:

    It’s a 10-yard starter roll designed to induce a lifelong addiction.

    Maybe we’ll also see an adult-themed duct tape, “Hello Pussy!”

  6. Rob Leather says:

    It’s part of their “Pedo-kidnap” range.

  7. deowll says:

    Does anyone make a duct tape that is so strong a gorilla would have trouble tearing it by hand?

    • sargasso_c says:

      There’s an aviation fairing tapes used to patch fuselages of jets. I have used epoxy infused tapes which air harden, and have to be ground off.

  8. The Watcher says:

    Kinda “what the heck were they thinking”, but ROF,L!

    And there’s probably a juvenile market for it, like those “cute” bandages.

    I expect, too, that kid’s clothing and toys are being repaired at a much greater rate than before. Zero’s policies having trashed our incomes, or being about to….

  9. BigBoyBC says:

    8 out of 10 Pedophiles Recommended

  10. Gorgo says:

    I gave a roll of this to my kids. Ages 8, 7 and 4.
    Hmmmmm, the 4 year old sure is quiet

  11. Uncle Patso says:

    It has been my experience that Duck brand tapes are good quality.

    Thursday I saw some camouflage Duck brand duct tape in a store. (Insert your favorite “…but I couldn’t find it…” joke here.)

  12. Dave T says:

    Being in the heating business all my life……

    It’s DUCT TAPE. For DUCTWORK

  13. Glenn E. says:

    Hmmm. Let’s make a possible tool of child abductors more kid friendly looking. At least.

  14. Glenn E. says:

    Actually, I’ll bet their other idea was to make the tape candy flavored. But that was too “on the nose”. Or on the mouth.

  15. Glenn E. says:

    Just think, if they had had this tape design back in the 1950s. The “radar target” discovered at Roswell, with its alien language symbols (moons and stars) printed on sticky tape holding it together. Would have taken on a whole new lore, than it did. Hello Kitty from space?

  16. Anonymous says:

    Why has everyone been brainwashed into thinking this stuff is for ducks? It’s not. It’s for DUCTS!

    I’ll lern U good if U AX the rite kwestyawns.

  17. Mr Diesel says:

    Why is it some terms get corrupted and incorporated into our daily lexicons? It is DUCT tape not DUCK. Duck Tape is a brand name. I worked in HVAC in high school and we used the tape to seal the DUCT work.

    Maybe they should ship a few cases of this to Penn State.

  18. Rich says:

    No, there’s nothing about that. It’s cute duck/duct tape. Jeezus, people. But someone needs to totally PhotoShop that with pedo bear instead of Hello Kitty. There would be something about that!

  19. Rich says:

    Mr Diesel: My guess is it’s of course been “duct” tape for years and someone distorted that to “duck” for cutesy marketing purposes.


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