Hands up who enjoys popping bubble-wrap? Oh hai, all of you? Thought so. The past-time which is only just eclipsed by folding tent rods up, and scraping burnt bits off toast over the sink has just been made into a little electronic gizmo, which lucky OCD-ridden Japanese can get from Bandai when it launches shortly.
Like a game of Russian Roulette, every 100 squeezes of the air bubbles produces a random noise like the sound of a fart, or a woman ‘moaning in ecstasy’. Fear not commuters, as if you simply must pop the electronic bubble-wrap on the train, the Mugen Puchi Puchi’s sound can be turned off easily enough. The batteries last for 10 hours, which should be enough time to sate your bubble-popping appetite for a day. Just.
Pre-order the Mugen Puchi Puchi here (via Boing Boing)
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