Otter Lathe: Free to a good home.

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Ostermilk
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Post 15 Jan 2015

I just wanted to say I have a pretty good spec Otter Lathe up for grabs, it's free for anyone who is prepared to collect.  It has some good scaling options so you could use it for stoats or even go as small as weasels at a push.

This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to make the move up from cat polishing or something similar.

The only reason I'm getting rid of it is because I'm returning to my first love which is Owl waxing and I'm going to need more space for that obviously.

Cheers.

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Julibee
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Post 15 Jan 2015

Obviously.

Testing the waters, eh?

Hey, Oster. :)
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Yorick
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Post 15 Jan 2015

Ostermilk wrote:I just wanted to say I have a pretty good spec Otter Lathe up for grabs, it's free for anyone who is prepared to collect.  It has some good scaling options so you could use it for stoats or even go as small as weasels at a push.

This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to make the move up from cat polishing or something similar.

The only reason I'm getting rid of it is because I'm returning to my first love which is Owl waxing and I'm going to need more space for that obviously.

Cheers.
Can you mail it to the USA or local pickup only?

Ostermilk
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Post 16 Jan 2015

Julibee wrote:Obviously. Testing the waters, eh? Hey, Oster. :)
No, not at all I've been waxing owls for years.

LOL

Well, yes I just thought I'd be a bit more creative than just saying 'Hello World' whilst setting a serious tone for an off topic forum.... :D



Ostermilk
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Post 16 Jan 2015

Yorick wrote:
Can you mail it to the USA or local pickup only?
Sorry Yorick due to the strict Otter lathing regulations in the US this is local pick-up only.  Idl get skinned alive if I try to export this.

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motuscott
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Post 16 Jan 2015

Moderator please!
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Post 17 Jan 2015

LOL

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Namahs Amrak
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Post 17 Jan 2015

Sir,

I wish to buff the stretch marks from my dwarf llama's hips. Would your machine be suitable for critters up to 13 kilograms? Can pay via Western Union, and happy to discuss trade for rhino tusk powder (ideal for treating ED issues and gout)

Thanks Uncle :P
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Ostermilk
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Post 17 Jan 2015

Namahs Amrak wrote:Sir,

I wish to buff the stretch marks from my dwarf llama's hips. Would your machine be suitable for critters up to 13 kilograms? Can pay via Western Union, and happy to discuss trade for rhino tusk powder (ideal for treating ED issues and gout)

Thanks Uncle :P
Wail, if it ain't my favourite nephew already.

Although I have my fair share of gout and ED issues I have no use for that old RTP as I find good ol' Snake Oil much more efficacious in the circumstances.

Therefore I reckon an Asp Press would be a fair trade if you have one to spare.

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Namahs Amrak
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Post 17 Jan 2015

Get with the times, Uncle. Sloth bile is the new snake oil. But raccoon tears will suffice, if you're in a pinch. It is however quite the task to make one cry.
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motuscott
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Post 17 Jan 2015

Moderator Please!
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TheFatControlleR
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Post 17 Jan 2015

My nipples explode with delight! :t2018:
Total numpty doin' his own thing for the craic and relaxation - it's cheaper than a therapist, and more satisfying.
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