doctorow — 2013-12-09T12:23:39-05:00 — #1
timquinn — 2013-12-09T12:31:39-05:00 — #2
Now you are yanking our chains.
spunkytws — 2013-12-09T12:44:08-05:00 — #3
I want someone to apply this same idea to old Atari game cartridges and make them for the E.T. game. At least a soap version would be good for something. And I have a couple of friends who'd get a special joy out of being able to smash it to pieces again.
ffabian — 2013-12-09T12:47:50-05:00 — #4
WANT! But I wouldn't use it ... and it would just gather dust.
yep — 2013-12-09T13:42:07-05:00 — #5
Now, when someone says, "God, something smells gamey in here." you can proudly raise a hand.
gweb — 2013-12-09T13:49:36-05:00 — #6
Smells like warm Coke and adrenaline sweat?
mrmark — 2013-12-09T13:52:41-05:00 — #7
Comes in a variety of scents, "frustration", "mom's basement", "funyuns", and "nerd rage"
mrmark — 2013-12-09T13:54:03-05:00 — #8
True, a real gamer wouldn't log off for something as trivial as hygiene.
the_borderer — 2013-12-09T14:00:01-05:00 — #9
They are a UK exclusive but not shaped like the UK curved SNES cartridges? I'm a little dissapointed.
myopichumanist — 2013-12-09T14:04:21-05:00 — #10
No Super Metroid? No sale!
danegeld — 2013-12-09T16:07:34-05:00 — #11
Another wonderful thing...
bobo — 2013-12-09T19:06:56-05:00 — #12
Pretty awesome, but for $21 per soap? I'd bet that I could actually get a lot of these old games for less than the price of their soapy doppelgangers.
I get it's a novelty thing, but that's a heck of a lot for a soap.
doctorow — 2013-12-14T12:23:48-05:00 — #13
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