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brittleGOLD Member
131 posts
Location: leicester, uk


Posted:
does anyone know if it is illigal to take parrafin on the plane in my suitcase?, going on holiday soon and would be good to know so i dont get arrested as a terrorist!

What to do in case of fire??? LET IT BURN!


PeleBRONZE Member
the henna lady
6,193 posts
Location: WNY, USA


Posted:
They will eject/keep/toss out toys with any form of fuel on it. I wouldn't do that. Hell, I've had a set that had been burned in, that I'd cleaned what I thought was well, called into question once.

Just buy it when you get there.
It will save hassle at the airport.

Pele
Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir
"Oooh look! A pub!" -exclaimed after recovering from a stupid fall
"And for the decadence of art, nothing beats a roaring fire." -TMK


brittleGOLD Member
131 posts
Location: leicester, uk


Posted:
yeh , didn't think tht would work, ah well, the plan to buy there is what i will choose

but can they actually look though your baggage? personnaly i think its a bit of invasion of privacy

p.s- very funny green eggs and ham smile

What to do in case of fire??? LET IT BURN!


PeleBRONZE Member
the henna lady
6,193 posts
Location: WNY, USA


Posted:
They always have been able to look through your baggage, that's nothing new.

They also swab the inside of your luggage looking for traces of explosives.

*shrug*

Pele
Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir
"Oooh look! A pub!" -exclaimed after recovering from a stupid fall
"And for the decadence of art, nothing beats a roaring fire." -TMK


NYCNYC
9,232 posts
Location: NYC, NY, USA


Posted:
Funny.



I did a search and Pele of 2003 would have said:



 Written by:

please do a search as this has been covered numerous times with gads of suggestions.





and then locked the thread.



You're all lucky she's not here anymore. wink

Well, shall we go?
Yes, let's go.
[They do not move.]


shonnie 79 posts
Location: Sydney,NSW


Posted:
hey do u think i would b able to take jugglin balls n devil sticks on the plane

MiGGOLD Member
3,415 posts
Location: Bogged at CG, Australia


Posted:
i'm pretty sure it's no, and maybe.

Juggling balls generally don't get allowed for one of two reasons:
If they've got a synthetic filling, it tends to block the x-ray thingies, and if they have a non-synthetic filling, such as grain, then most places won't let you take them, lest there be bugs.

"beg beg grovel beg grovel"
"master"
--FSA

"There was an arse there, i couldn't help myself"
--Rougie


shonnie 79 posts
Location: Sydney,NSW


Posted:
wat bout if i put them in my luggage?? or would that b the same??

FoxInDocsSILVER Member
1,848 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
synthetically filled ones might be ok in your luggage, i'm not sure if they x-ray those... grain/seed filled ones are still a no. you'd have to declare them and they'd probably take them off of you, and if you didn't decare them you get arressted for smuggling.

"i am exotic, and must keep my arms down" - Rougie

"i don't understand what penises have to do with getting married" - Foxie


RayinRedSILVER Member
39 posts
Location: Huntington, New York, USA


Posted:
back to the flamables---

my experience*: bring the staff (or poi), buy the keroseen when you get there

*i tried to bring a bucket of keroseen on the train from New York to DC. although I am a blonde, white, female, the authorities were not too happy. I landed up giving my buisness card (with me twirling) to half of the NYPD just so they would take the keroseen and let me go. it took 12 hours and i'm pretty sure i'm now on a terrorist watchlist.

UCOFSILVER Member
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
Awww man.. I wrote out a really good reply, then we had a power cut rolleyes



Basically:



1)No bottles or containers of any flammable liquids AT ALL

2)Sticks or poi soaked and stinking of paraffin have no problems from flying from Sydney to the UK. Virgin Atlantic might lose your sticks at Heathrow but at least they courier them out to you later in the day wink

3) Devil sticks are a NO. They are seen as a weapon umm

4) Same goes with juggling clubs.

5) You CAN take juggling balls. Australia and New Zealand are, to my knowledge, the only countries that I can think of that are so strict on what you can bring into the country. So that means NO natural products can be brought INTO these countries. You can take as much OUT as you want though. Synthetic fillings are fine to take in as long as you realise they might have to cut one open to check the filling. For internal flights, why shouldn't you be able to take natural juggling balls through, if they were bought in Australia? No problems there.



 Written by: MiG

If they've got a synthetic filling, it tends to block the x-ray thingies



Thats only if your juggling balls are filled with lead... umm
EDITED_BY: UmbiliciformCraterOnFace (1164963790)

DurbsBRONZE Member
Classically British
5,688 posts
Location: Epsom, Surrey, England


Posted:
I took a 100mm acrylic in a sock (quite a potent weapon in fact) in hand baggage along with 5 rubber-filled juggling balls and my poi with seed in them.

The only problem I had was demonstrating what I did with the crystal ball as it looked really wierd on the X-ray machine - never thought I'd be busking at Heathrow Airport security (They were all suitably impressed)

Burner of Toast
Spinner of poi
Slacker of enormous magnitude


Neon_ShaolinGOLD Member
hehe, 'Member' huhuh
6,120 posts
Location: Behind you. With Jam


Posted:
Ahhhh, so many wars would've turn out soooo differently had the infantry carried 100mm Acrylics in socks...

One wave dazzle the enemy with body rolls and isolations and the second wave come of the sides to pummel them to death with the balls in socks...

"I used to want to change the world, now I just wanna leave the room with a little dignity..." - Lotus Weinstock


FoxInDocsSILVER Member
1,848 posts
Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia


Posted:
 Written by: UmbiliciformCraterOnFace


 Written by: MiG

If they've got a synthetic filling, it tends to block the x-ray thingies


Thats only if your juggling balls are filled with lead... umm



i think rhys's are filled with lead... rolleyes

"i am exotic, and must keep my arms down" - Rougie

"i don't understand what penises have to do with getting married" - Foxie


shonnie 79 posts
Location: Sydney,NSW


Posted:
thanks heaps for that everyone

newgabeSILVER Member
what goes around comes around. unless you're into stalls.
4,030 posts
Location: Bali, Australia


Posted:
 Written by: UmbiliciformCraterOnFace


Sticks or poi soaked and stinking of paraffin have no problems from flying from Sydney to the UK. Virgin Atlantic might lose your sticks at Heathrow but at least they courier them out to you later in the day wink




Never tempt fate with stinking gear.
Last year Ninaruna had their stuff stopped flying from Sydney to NZ on Virgin cos it stank. It did too. Weird thing was they flew flew it up from Syd to Brisbane so I could pick it up on their behalf!!

.....Can't juggle balls but I sure as hell can juggle details....


UCOFSILVER Member
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
To be honest, i was quite suprised that my stuff didnt get stopped.
It reaked! eek

But Im totally with Gabe... dont tempt fate.. try and get rid of as much fuel from your toys as possible.

ubbrollsmile

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