This is a dildo generator, also including an output for 3D printing. Have fun, post results.
I call it The Knight in Shining Armour.
I call it the 'Nigga am I dreemin or wat like fo shizzle bro dis shit is cray cray ya feel me?'
No, I am the gentleman
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I call it "The Fountain"
its so hard to make an attractive looking phallus with this
Hey, what if we could print these on passwordless printers somewhere? I know we've printed pics and such on printers, does anyone know if you can connect to 3d printers and print these beauties for someone?
New Model: OP's Penis (Note the Size)
i call it "the Lamp", note, it will collect a small Probe of your Poo!
The Full Metal Jacket
Harry Potter's Goblet of Fire
I arn´t gay, i would build this Fleshlight, the interrior just have to be made out of silicon or something like that...
Ladies and Gentlemen: The Cup of Life
I know you want it.
The victrebeel, perfect for abortions.
Gotta pinch 'em all
tried to make the hammer and scythe but fucked up and made a half scythe half sorting hat.
Du er ikke så lidt flabet, jeg ser.
whoever pulls this out of my ass shall be crowned king
It's a bird! No, it's a plane! NO, It's SUPERDILDO!
America uses the metric system, but not for everything. I am specifically opposed to using celsius due to its inappropriate-for-estimation range for unimportant, imprecise measurements AS WELL as preferring Kelvins for more precise measurements.
Celsius: never a good idea.
This is a clay pot i made in ceramics class once
I'm actually a fan of imperial for human-body estimations. Thumbjoint, forearm, paces, thousand paces or thereabouts, pretty sure imperial fucked up miles.
It makes sense historically, though.
It is a 1-100 scale of how hot it gets. Is it the coldest it can be? Then it's probably about 0.
Estimation in Fahrenheit is easy to hit, +/- ~5 degrees. Fahrenheit's scale is funky, but the range is more metric than Celsius if you are not made of boiling water.
yeah i know how to use the kelvin scale, i study physics.
the farenheith scale just seems, as you say, kinda funky to me. seems like its really hard to learn it, celsius is just -20-+30 here in sweded, pretty simple.
I had a hollow butt-plug in mind like in the picture
kelvin and celsius are exactly the same scale, the only difference is what is designated as 0
you're acting like celsius and kelvin are completely different things
>Fahrenheit's scale is funky, but the range is more metric than Celsius
think you just went full retard
I have not ever owned a proper thermometer so it's meaningless for me to use celsius. 0-100 is a very very good range for the temperatures that will likely occur naturally.
Do I need to know exactly how hot something has to be to boil water in my everyday life? Isn't 'hot enough that my water boils' a good enough measurement in those cases?
If you need the precision that celsius offers for science and shit, then you're probably not going to need to limit yourself to the RANGE of freezing and boiling water because not everything is h2o-centric and thus kelvins.
Celsius is a good SCALE, but a worthless range for all applications.
Celcius' range is -273.15 up to possibly infinity.
Kelvin is exactly the same except it's shifted by 273.15 so that absolute zero is at 0 K.
There's literally no fucking difference apart from that.
implying this isnt exactl the thing thats gonna put a 3d printer in every household.
Just like what happened to VHS with porn, or the internet with, errm porn too
The days of makeshift dildos are over.
You're not thinking with metric, bro. 0-100 range should encompass most uses of the scale. If you're measuring water, celsius actually does make sense.... anything else and why would you focus on that specific set of all possible degrees?
Celsius is only appropriate when you are measuring water temperatures because that is what it does. If you are measuring how warm it is outside, Fahrenheit is pretty much the best you can get (though still pretty fucked by climate change and shitty tools).
If you're just going for standardized scientific practices, Kelvins have all of the temperatures and in a lot of (non-water) cases the range is ALSO more appropriate.
yup that is true, but i guess im just used enought to it to be able to use it properly. water boils at 100 celsius so i just go after that. but i see your point man, kinda makes sense!
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>all buildings are just dildos
I always wondered why they never made a dildo like this.
I would have bought it for my ex
>Fahrenheit is pretty much the best
>If you are measuring how warm it is outside, Fahrenheit is pretty much the best you can get
that's the only thing it's partially useful for, nothing else, and that's only if you're used to its fucked up scaling that makes it completely worthless for usage outside of itself
there's a reason why imperial measurements were abolished in most parts of the world
murrka remains a "rich" third world country so in a way it makes sense they're still using ancient obsolete systems like this
Right, and some other things within a similar range. If you need tools to measure it doesn't really matter WHICH scale you use because you're limited to your tool's range and precision anyway.
Fahrenheit is just human centric (very imprecise but variably accurate) measurement.
The perfect measuring system for weather temperature would be 0-100, where 0 was too cold to go outside (whatever that may be), and 100 being too hot (above body temperature). Celcius is great because everyone in the world has access to at least some water, and can therefore find the 0 and 100 points on a homemade thermometer. The scale can never be lost, which fahrenheit can, as it's based on the melting point of arbitrary butter or something.
I dont really get why you think Fahrenheit is better for weather?
We use Celsius. So for example if someone says its -2 out you think blimey its below freezing out there. Since 0 means freezing.
Thats probably like 734.25 Fahrenheit or something bizarre and hard to remember.
I 200% agree with the weight system. Pounds are shit, on the other hand the only thing that fucks up when you have precision instruments to measure is conversion. Metric SHOULD dominate all scientific, engineering, etc. purposes because you're already doing things with measuring tools and and also need interoperability with the rest of the world. Kelvins are SI anyway, not Celsius.
Right, which is what Fahrenheit was really supposed to be but is outdated. Fahrenheit v2 > Celsius.
I do believe 734F will melt a good deal of the metals that exist.
freezing temperature is 32 degrees fahrenheit.
so someone said -20 to 30 celsius is the range of most used temperatures.
the same range for fahrenheit is 0-100
i just think it's more intuitive to use 0-100 than -20-30
they won't, because the only americans that deny climate change are fucking retarded
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I call this one the Gender-Bender, but i suppose it looks more like a fire hydrant
i'm breathless, best thread today