Ever since our childhood, we've been fed fables about things to keep us safe and disciplined. Like the monsters under our bed existed solely so that we keep our bed-time in mind. Tooth Fairy exists so that we don't feel bad about losing our teeth. My mom also told me to clean my room otherwise, "all the toys would join up and eat me in my sleep".
Well, those tales were just harmless lies that, apart from scarring our memories, were simply what our parents told to keep us in check. And those are supposed to end when we grow up, right? But, no. We're still being fed lies, but this time, it's not our parents but the commercial industries.
We're not-so-proud to present the fact that the everyday objects we're surrounded with might not be what they seem.
Starting on with:
"I cut this super glue out of its plastic container (US) and found a Russian variety"
"Cracked bowling ball reveals another ball hidden inside."
"This BIC lighter has a smaller BIC lighter inside of it."
"Just opened up my broken SD card to find it contains a MicroSD inside."
"Toothpaste tube inside a cell phone case."
"Ever wonder what's inside a 6 volt battery?"
"I got a condom inside a scrunchie."
Talk about hair protection.
"AAAA batteries inside almost all 9v batteries.
"The inside of my iPad case is made of old toothpaste boxes."
"The inside of my daughter's snap bracelet is a from a tape measure."
The only thing they're measuring is my patience.
"This slap bracelet has a piece of tape measure in it as the spring."
"This Bocce ball is full of little balls."
This ball is sooo full of it.
"The core of this rope is recycled diapers..."
"The core of this rope is designed with tiny hippos."
Hiding Polyethene within the ropes.
"I found Shaq hiding inside Arnold Palmer."
That's quite clever.
"One of my dice cracked and revealed another one hidden inside it."
But honestly, this is a genius idea.
"This is what the ball inside of a spray can looks like."
"My shoe deodorizer from ALDI is actually just a Coles women's antiperspirant with a plastic label."
That's all, folks.
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