So disappointed it’s not a jello brick road.
This could house and feed all the starving people in Africa.
People who live in Jello houses shouldn’t carry spoons.
I’d rather have a Cotton Candy (Floss) room:
I imagine that I would need a prophylactic insulin pump.
Exactly how high do you have to be when “wall of jello bricks” sounds like a pretty good idea?
The video is worth watching, if for no other reason than to see the mortar remaining after the jello decomposed.
I could totally go “Kool-Aid Man” through that.
The ones who live in refrigerated parts of Africa, anyway.
And previous European attempts at solving these two issues in one stroke haven’t exactly had a great track record either.
I’m extremely disappointed the mortar wasn’t made of whipped cream. No matter how impractical that would be.
Gingerbread still seems like a much better construction material.
This is so Seattle.
Goes with the gum wall.
Also, can we all agree that this is pretty much the epitome of a white first world affectation?
Hence, very appropriate for Seattle.
I don’t know if I can quantify it but I’m there right now.
Would have use Royal Icing for the mortar if it were up to me.
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