We can’t all be origami masters, but we all certainly need some righteous paper airplane skills.
A piece of paper, a few folds – bam –
hours minutes of fun for the whole fam.
I’ve always been a traditionalist when it comes to paper airplane crafting. Fold a nose, fold a couple wings and you’re done.
Then Need Supply Co sent the best paper airplane (ever) my way, and I’m a changed man.
Super easy. Great style. And flies like a champ.
Done and done.
We’ve been tossing a squadron of these bad boys around the house all day!
You wouldn’t let a Bald Eagle loose to fly around in your studio apartment would you? Of course not! Get this Thunder Piglet outside for a good throw with your mates! This is, in fact, the best paper plane ever. –
Kudos Need Supply Co.
Ya know the telephone game that is on playgrounds these days? Spit a goofy voice in one end and the the kiddos will hear you on the other end.
I know the parental units out there know what I’m talking about.
How about that game magnified from the top of the tallest mountain overlooking a valley town, forcing anyone with in earshot to listen? And all you need to do is call a phone number to boom your god-like voice over the valley.
The Dude is 50% Norwegian. Or so they tell me. So this brilliance makes me proud of my homeland. 🙂 Nice work Norway.
I’m not sure what I’d want to say, but as Little Dude has already discovered, hearing your echo is awesome….regardless of what your saying. Usually the dumber the better.
I can only imagine the dumb shit that is echoing across Norway. Love the light-hearted ingenuity.
Via Unsworn Industries:
Telemegaphone Dale stands seven metres tall on top of the Jøtulshaugen mountain overlooking the idyllic Dalsfjord in Western Norway. When you dial the Telemegaphone’s phone number the sound of your voice is projected out across the fjord, the valley and the village of Dale below.
God? Nope, Just a Dude.