Sunday, January 24, 2010

Bubble-wrap appreciation day


The last Monday of January is officially Bubble-wrap Appreciation Day

Where do they make bubble-wrap? If I breathe the air in the bubble-wrap, whose air am I breathing? Is the air in the bubbles different depending on where the bubble-wrap was made?

Please share your bubble-wrap memories. No, seriously. Share. It's the least you can do.

11 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Popping bubble wrap bubbles = addiction.

So don't anyone notice that I mentioned it.
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Gilly said...

Wonderful stuff! How did we manage without it?

I love the one with the big bubbles - very satisfying to pop!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

bubble wrap stores.

hmmmmm.

can't say that I have a single one.

but I like to pop it - does that count?!

KBeau said...

I love bubble wrap. I think there's an app for the iPhone that allows you to pop bubble wrap. I've seen it in the app store but haven't tried it.

mo.stoneskin said...

I'm not sure what air would be in a bubble, and whether sucking it in is recommended.

*pop*

*suck*

Gosh I feel a bit queasy now.

Carmi said...

I've been addicted to the stuff ever since I can remember. The best ones are the sheets with the really big bubbles that they use for large-scale moves.

After we moved into this house, we had months worth of it. I almost drove my wife crazy with the popping, but she understood.

You've awoken some deep-rooted goodness with this!

Mrs. G. said...

My best memory is my kids jumping on bubble wrap for all the POPS. They could waste enough time for mom to have a quiet cup of coffee.

Shayla said...

Hee, hee. That's amusing. I use bubble wrap as a stamp in my artwork. Gives a nice texture.

Like everyone else, I also love to pop it.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Bubble wrap memories? Uh...other than the occasional popping, I guess I don't really have any!

Beverly said...

I want to hide all bubble wrap from my mother. She is a obsessed and possessed popper. ;-)

kcinnova said...

You know it's popular stuff when there is an iphone app for popping bubblewrap!
My teens still gravitate toward the stuff. If I want to re-use it, I have to hide it.