In the 90s, when there were no iPhones and iPads, kids had to make do with what they had to have fun in the classroom.
And what do they have? School materials.
If you’ve lived through the 90s in a classroom, we’re pretty sure you’ve constructed one of these before. Not, not just pretty sure. We’ve very sure you had.
If there’s just one word to describe this, it will be “pain”. The ultimate weapon for all kids, everyone would run once you load that small piece of paper onto your rubber band.
Made only by a kid who has too much time, this is harmless but looks just so cool. Pressing the trigger will cause the rubber band to fly forward. Really.
Most of the time, the band will hit you instead of your target. Try it once and you’ll understand.
When you’ve got just one hand free and a rubber band, and still want to look cool and inflict some damage, this is your best choice.
Once again, you’ve got to be very careful about this: one lapse of concentration and you’ll be the one shot instead of your target.
What’s a battle without fighter places? Just make sure you fold it correctly–if not, it might just fly towards your teacher instead. #friendlyfire #truestory
Believe it or not, this is a machine gun. See the ammo on the wrist? Powderful, right?
Okay, this might not be a “weapon”, but it’s a battle between two kids. The rules are simple: turn your water bottle upside down, twist it and create a tornado with the water. Whoever’s tornado lasts the longer wins. It’s so fun, we brought water bottle to school not to drink, but to create tornadoes.
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This article was first published on goodyfeed.com in 2016 and revised on 23 June 2017.
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