Since the dawn of time, man has been fascinated by bubble wrap, or at least that is how it seems. Put a sheet of bubble wrap in someone’s hands, and they will be entertained for 15 minutes or more. Bubble wrap is ultimately addicting, and it triggers something deep within us. Maybe it is the popping sound, or just the satisfying feeling of making sure all that air is no longer trapped within its confinement. There are even people out there who are actually addicted to popping bubble wrap bubbles, I kid you not. We have covered a whole lot of bubble wrap inventions over the years here at Bit Rebels. Today we’re going to have a look at something that might just change our entire existence. I am talking about the bubble wrap suit!
We have covered bubble wrap calendars, bubble wrap bus stop entertainment and bubble wrap ties. It’s all here on Bit Rebels. But this bubble wrap suit is something beyond amazing. It is actually a suit, with a hood, that will keep you dry and warm if it starts raining (and safe when bumping into things). It’s also something that will keep you occupied while waiting for your friend downtown. It will keep you in the spotlight when sitting down. It’s the ultimate fashion statement and could very well save your life if you happen to be in a car accident (not really).
I don’t think I can think of anything more geeky than this bubble wrap suit at the moment. It is sold by ThinkGeek and will set you back just $14.99. This could totally be the perfect gift for a friend who you hold dear and want to keep safe. Or for people who are clumsy enough to hurt themselves on whatever they are doing. You name it, and this suit probably has a preventive purpose for it. After all, it’s a bubble wrap suit, right? Let that animal deep within you rage on these bubbles while your instincts are soothed by the sound of air being released from its prison. Bubble wrap has been proven to relieve stress as well, so it’s a good investment. Pop away!
ThinkGeek’s Bubble Wrap Suit
Tags: Bubble, coat, fashion, hoodie, Pants, rain, Statement, Suit, Wrap
Categorised in: Geek
This post was written by Richard Darell