Baby Pincushions

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  1. Kanga

    Kanga Retired Moderator

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    A week ago we noticed this baby at the base of the pincusion, this week I see there are 2, hope the pics are clear enough.

    Is this normal?

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    Yep
     
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    Baby crack gremlins.
    Very mean little buggers.
    Better stock up on crack from your friendly neighbourhood dealer quick or they may jack your stuff !
     
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    Best you .. er .... get of the crack:D
     
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    hey that looks cool man.leme know when you fragging that pincusion...not the baby :p
     
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    Sign of good health, expect plenty more.
     

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