John Coker undoubtedly ate crayons (and Play-Doh) as a child. And when he grew up, he decided to make an 8-pack of giant Crayola crayon rockets and shoot them into the wild blue yonder. Sadly, only four of the eight rockets took to the sky. It's okay, John, a 50% success rate isn't bad. Kidding, that's terrible. Maybe next time you should try those sniffable markers. You know, Sharpies. GET IN MY NOSE!
Hit the jump for a couple more shots.
John Coker's Site (with a ton more information if you're into model rocketry or crayons)
Epic Homemade Crayola Crayons Rockets [walyou]
Thanks to Drew and Stephan, who would have shot a pair of safety scissors and a glue stick too, just for good measure.
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