Post Reply Uses for a bucket mostly filled with hardened cement.
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Posted 9/28/15
All I could come up with was a step ladder.
What have you got?
Posted 9/28/15
triceps weight lifting

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Posted 9/28/15
drag anchor for small boat. Good for fishing but keeps boat from drifting too far
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Posted 9/30/15
A tiny desert upon which you can place small insects. You don't feed them. You don't water them. You just watch as they skitter endlessly from one side to the other. Each day, their treks slow until all they do is sniff the grainy surface with labored twitches of their antennas. It doesn't take long for them to try to find nourishment in each other. They nibble on whatever excrement may have been lain. Those who managed to keep their strength devour the ones that can't even muster their legs open. The survivors in tern, try to etch out a living stealing one another's limbs. If one can bear the trauma of the ongoing dismemberment, they may find their partner of circumstance laying helpless on its back. Its mandibles gnash fruitlessly as the stronger of the two nibbles through the neck.

This is the one you release. Watching curiously at your exploits is your dog. As the last insect hobbles freely of its concrete entrapment, it is caught under a thundering paw. It writhes in ceasing desperation to try to escape to the encroaching border of crab grass and dried runners, but the paw lands again. Its head is visible from between craggy black claws that rasp back against the concrete. A yellow past leaks from its orifices as the dog attempts to scoop it up in its jaw. It appears to taste foul, but the dog tries again, nipping until it catches a stray wing. It shakes the insect triumphantly until it tastes the creature's viscera again. The dog continues until the insect's only motions come from twitching antennas. Crippled, alone, and lying on yet another concrete surface, it's final hours are spent baking into its surface.
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Posted 9/30/15
Suggestions:
1) Fill the remainder of the bucket with potting soil. Put moss or other short root plant to grow. Will look beautiful in full bloom.
2) Fill the remainder of the bucket with more cement to the top. Use pieces of tile to make a mosaic. Can also use cement on sides of bucket to make a design with pieces of tile. Here is a video to show you how to do this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10vCDXqefKs

Show us with a picture what you've done with the bucket besides throwing it away.
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Posted 9/30/15
You could throw it at someone you don't like
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