Bandi has introduced the PuchiPuchi infinite bubble wrap toy, which tries to capture the fun of popping bubble wrap on a tiny toy key chain. It's designed to mimic the sound and feel of popping bubble wrap, and for every 100 pops will include a â€œdoor chimeâ€, â€œbarking dogâ€, â€œfartâ€, or â€œsexy voice.â€ It was even designed with the Puchipuchi bubble wrap company, meaning it's probably the most realistic bubble wrap simulator in the world. Assuming, of course, there are other bubble wrap simulators. And why wouldn't there be? Sure, cancer is still a problem, but dammit, I need more scientists working on my bubble wrap simulators.
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Instructables has a nice tutorial on how to create motorized skates using a pair of inline skates, an angle grinder, and a bag of 12 volt batteries. And just how safe are these? Well instead of brakes, this is how you stop:
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