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Top Ten Uses for a Paper Clip, a 9-Volt Battery, and a Bottle of Aspirin

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10. Homemade taser. You'll want that Aspirin me. (Milo)
9. Use the paper clip to open the childproof latch and replace the battery. After spending 2hrs trying to find the freaking hole you just need an aspirin (BTW, the kid did it in 10 seconds flat)
8. Didn't they all figure prominently into George Lucas's explanation of "The Force?" (MLehde)
7. Swallow the paper clip, put the 9-volt under your tongue and stuff all of the aspirin in your ears for that authentic, college "morning-after" experience. (Major Tom)
6. A Feng Shui Ark of the Covenant (Good Ol' Horseface)
5. Paper clip: to bust the lock on the cage. Battery: power the mind-control ray. Aspirin: take 2 when Pinky ruins yet another plan to take over the world (Ilsoap)
4. Art display that entitles you to a $9000 government grant. You do have to be naked though. (RAM)
3. Finally get that alchemy merit badge (B. Scout)
2. I'm not telling, but it put this entry at #2. (Good Ol' Horseface)
1. On their own, not much; but together they form an absolutely superb combination for a top ten list. (Pertinax)

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