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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by iGav, May 11, 2006.
Then this will right up your alley.
You'll be humming that jingle for the rest of the day too. heh.
Honda eat your heart out!!
How did they spend doing that?!
Wow, those were impressive!
Loved the intricacy of the magnets.
Imagine sitting doing the pre-production though. Crikey.
yeah - really good.
But I'm trying to get to sleep now (it's 4am) and THAT JINGLE WON'T GO AWAY!!!
Wow, that was incredible.
But I hate that jingle.
Haha, I love the one where something taps the cups w/ different levels of water so it makes the sound of the jingle! I love it!
Yeah that was my favourite!
Dang jingle is stuck in my head and I have no idea what it means.
great time waster though.
Are these the ones with the Japanese jingle at the end?
If so I don't want to see them again, I had that tune in my head for a week the last time I saw them!!
iGav, you're slipping mate, i saw that a few weeks back. glad you posted though 'cause i forgot all about it. love this stuff, reminds me of that show on telly years back, the great egg race or something? i know you'll know the name of it...
I must try harder then. which also tally's just perfectly with the new exercise regime that I'm starting on Monday with nbs2.
wow! It reminds me of being a kid again. I used to (try to) make things like that all the time. Of course they weren't quite as spectacular and my motivation was usually "booby-traps". (I'm sadistic like that) Those were the days. When I was watching the video I remember the feeling of anticipation of hoping it works out.
Now if only I knew what they were saying.
My son came home early today and he's all mumbling that jingle.
p.s. that was my favorite part too devilot.
would love to see how they design and construct those puppies.
For some reason, brassieres come to mind.
Anyway, when I was young (4-5), I would spend hours building cat traps out of laundry baskets, string, sticks, and food bait when I visited my grandmother. My goal was not to hurt the neighborhood cats, just to be able to pet them. None of the traps worked as intended (well, they all were functional, but there were no stupid cats in the neighborhood, and the smart ones stayed away). But, to me, they seemed as cool as cool could be.
And now, I love videos like this one, as they remind me of those days. But, back then, I didn't have a funky jingle to go along with my designs.
I bloody fell for that too!!
I really liked that!. The jingle kind of sounds like the Spongebob theme song...but yea. That was cool.
wow I liked that!
Especially the one at the end with the marble in the plastic cup that rolls over the books.
Got that damn jingle in my head too
Honestly i must ask, who has that much spare time to not only design such a contraption, but then to spend the painstaking amount setting it up and perfecting positions for consistency. And then to have that many of them?!?!? Damn
The was awesome but that goddamn jingle is stuck in my head!
Stupid jingle... stupid head.... Not only did I get it stuck in my head from my watching it, but now I hear the hubby in the background on his computer watching the same clip....
I like the more intricate ones that looked like they took a lot of thought to design. Very cool!
Great find, iGav
I've been thinking about that. How about we put that off until we can figure out what on earth that jingle is saying. I'm not going to be able to do anything else until then So, we can start not this Monday, but next Monday?