Thanks to the True/False Film Festival, I had a pretty epic weekend. To put it in perspective, at one point, a large, bearded man wearing overalls asked me if I was the guy who rode the unicycle in the festival's parade. Like any good yarn spinner, I told him that yes I was, in fact, that guy riding the unicycle. Despite the truth, the opportunity was too good to pass up.
The only thing that could have made this past weekend any better would have been if I had a bottle of glow-in-the-dark bubbles to blow while I was (wink) "leading the parade on my unicycle." Assuming, of course, the parade was at night and the moon was a giant ultraviolet light.
And now, thanks to these Tekno Black Light Bubbles, maybe next year I'll hop back on my unicycle for a repeat performance, only this time leaving a trail of florescent bubbles in my wake to wow the dazzled horde.
The $4 bottles are available in blue or gold and not intended for children under six years of age. So, five-year olds, you're just going to have to be patient despite all your frowning and pouting.
With dubstep sweeping the nation, these bubbles will sure to be popular with the reveling electronic dance music — sorry "EDM" — crowd.
Personally, I think all that womp-womp sounds like a druggy robot in the grip of the worst LSD trip imaginable. Don't believe me? Here, have a listen to this gem. I'm not one to fill my Friday nights with tripping robots and twirling glow sticks, so I wouldn't be caught dead a dubstep show. Which is good, because all those soapy black-light bubbles leave glowing stains wherever they burst.
Then again, most dubstep shows are full of glowing stains, so they'll fit right in…so says the old guy on the porch, shaking his fist and yelling at the kids to get off his lawn.
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