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  • How much bubble wrap is TOO much bubble-wrap?

    Like, when you want to jump off a 60 metre high building:

    (Anyone care to wager whether or not someone will actually try this?)

  • #2
    You go first! I'll watch. If it looks like fun, I'll do it too.

    <go ahead, OOC away...>


    • #3
      Reminds me of Weird Al.

      "Yo! Got myself a fanny pack
      they were having a sale down at the GAP
      Spend my nights with a roll of bubble wrap
      POP POP! Hope no one sees me gettin' freaky!"


      • #4
        Hmmm, I can totally see Mythbusters doing this with Buster...
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