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.
I can’t resist the chance to share a Schwarzenegger clip…
Classic Arnold. 🙂
Nothing creates family bonding – and tantrums – like a remote control vehicle the size of a small bird.
The living room at the Dude Casa has a tall ceiling. Perfect for flying vehicles.
Inexpensive remote control helicopters have been on the scene for a few years, but my experience has been that these little bundles of joy are pretty delicate. As a result, I’ve resisted my urge to perfect my flying skills in the Dude air zone.
I came across this sweet whirly bird on Huckberry, and it was a perfect match. A bargain and described as “practically indestructible.” I knew we’d test that description, but worth a $20 bet.
And this beauty has paid for itself in smiles, giggles, and tantrums when the batteries run out…which is every six minutes… literally
A few points…
- What, you haven’t heard of Huckberry?! It’s the shiz. Go sign up for the awesomeness. Here’s how they describe themselves: Huckberry is a bi-weekly web magazine that brings you unique apparel and gear at members-only prices along with the stories behind the products. Our emails are awesome and infrequent.
- Yes, the batteries actually run out in six minutes, and it takes about an hour to charge. But, honestly, we don’t need more than six minutes with it at a time. It’s a short burst of awesome, and we leave the kids wanting more – i.e. Little Dude kicking and screaming. 🙂 But he gets over it quickly, and he’s jazzed when “Daddy’s helcopter workin’!”
- Indestructible? Eh…for the most part. We did break the on/off switch off in the first day. But nothing a MacGyver fix with the back of an earring can’t remedy. And to be fair, it is for 14+ and we’re rocking it with a 2 & 7 year old. So, yeah, pretty much indestructible.
Now, GET TO THE CHOPPA!!!!!