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I thought this was a comical headline.

 

Seriously though, these are the most in-your-face warnings I have ever seen for a product.

 

https://www.getbuckyballs.com/

 

Can anyone seriously checkout without seeing about 40 different warnings that this is for adults only?

 

Related article:

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-07-27/product-recall-buckyballs-are-dangerous-when-swallowed

 

 

I am probably going to order a set for work to support these guys.

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Between this and Schweddy Balls. I can't stop laughing.

 

I just might get this, shoot, if i got the iPlunge (below) why not get this. lol

 

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more pics here. lol

 

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LMAO!!! No lie, I bought one of these about two years ago. I thought it was one of the most stupidest yet one of the funniest things I have ever seen so I had to buy one just to put on my desk. When I first saw one I honestly thought it was a joke but when I found out it was real I had to get one. Also, I just ordered two sets of buckyballs, I ordered pink balls and blue balls.

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You know I can't find that damn ring. Probably in the drawer somewhere. Anyway...

 

Yeah it does work. (Using a Motorola Photon as an example) sorry no iPhone. lol

 

 

Package next to Motorola Photon............iPlunge next to the Motorola Photon............ Placement of the iPlunge

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damn, the iPlunge is actually strong........Side view of iPlunge at work

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You know I can't find that damn ring. Probably in the drawer somewhere. Anyway...

 

Yeah it does work. (Using a Motorola Photon as an example) sorry no iPhone. lol

 

Package next to Motorola Photon............iPlunge next to the Motorola Photon............ Placement of the iPlunge

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damn' date=' the iPlunge is actually strong........Side view of iPlunge at work

 

TS out

 

Lol. That thing is hilarious.

 

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