When life hands you pizza boxes, build a rocket ship


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Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/09/19/when-life-hands-you-pizza-boxe.html


#2

That’s for more cool than the 60’s/70’s comic “real submarine” ads.

The best thing about those ads…is that they taught a valuable life lesson to children…“advertisers lie to you, don’t trust them”


#3

You and your fancy rockets. My kids come from a family of minimalists.


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#5

Indeed, I have written elsewhere in the BBS about my experience with those ads.
I bought the 7 foot tall Frankenstein’s Monster, which turned out to be a two-color picture of Frankenstein’s monster printed on a flimsy plastic film. Most educational dollar I ever spent.


#6

What, no matching outfit?


#7

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#8

Minimalist? There’s an entire universe in there.


#9

How do astronauts deal with cockroach eggs anyway?


#10

not that i completely disagree with your sentiment here but looking at the photo i have to ask, isn’t that over 7’ long and couldn’t you probably have fit a second, slightly smaller, child in there with you :wink:


#11

That’s a nice use of cardboardium alloy* but they could have gotten better and grease-free boxes at the liquor store.

Not that college students ever go to liquor stores.

*Used in the construction of The Proud Anselmo.


#12

Greasy smelly pizza boxes in the living room ? cool !


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