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Bob Ross Would Be Proud: Happy Face Screw Heads

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These are the smiley face screws created by Studio Yumakano and the Komuro Manufacturing Company in East Osaka, Japan. They require a special smiley face screwdriver to screw into something. They're supposed to make everyone who sees them happy. Not a bad idea, but you know what would make me even happier? Nail heads with the face of my roommate printed on them. Haha, Derek, you are about to get HAMMERED. *smashes own fingers* GAAAAH, HE'S SO UGLY I COULDN'T CONCENTRATE. Plan B) shit in one of his pillowcases. No -- all of his pillowcases. \oo/

Keep going for a couple more shots including one of the screwdriver.

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Thanks to NM, who built a secret box with special screwheads and now he's the only one who can open it and access its contents. WHAT'S IN THERE?! Tell me or I'll get a hammer.

There are Comments.
  • MustacheHam

    It is no surprise why a screw would be smiling. It among many others are part of something really big. :)

  • TalonDesigns

    Only way that seeing a screw head like that would make me happy, is if they included the driver, so I could take them out of whatever had them in it.

    I void warranties.

    Seeing something like this would only drive me crazy until I was able to remove them.

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