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    if you use the trunk, instead of the cooler, wouldnt it be harder to heat and keep warm because it is a bigger space? Youd have to buy more hand warmers which is more exspensive in the long run. ( I know youre probably thinking "Those warmers are cheap!", but in this economy, nothing is cheap).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    I would say go out to your car and rub your balls on a regular basis. If this is not feasable the the other thing to do is carry your balls around with you. The downside to carrying them around all day is that you would have to have a fairly heavy duty sack. Also I'm not sure how your classes would you handle pulling your balls out and rubbing
    them during class time.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Anub1s View Post

    I think this comment got missed, which is a shame.
    BAHAHAHAHAA!!! I completely agree!!

    What about something like this though:
    Eliminator PowerBox 800 | Canadian Tire

    ...then just get the smallest space heater you can find that is controlled by a thermostat and heat your whole trunk?

    I know there's no Canadian Tire in the U.S. but you get the idea.

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