joe's diary

Thursday, January 19, 2006

People,

The other day at the grocery store I got this thing called "Batman Bathtime Fizzies" which is perhaps the greatest product in history.

What it is is a package of 30 colored tablets that fizz like pop rocks when you put them in hot water. As they fizz they release this food coloring-esque stuff that gradually fills the tub with color. You can have a straight up blue tub, a red tub or a pee pee yellow tub. You can also can combine the tablets to make a green tub, an orange tub or a purple tub.

I discovered that the tablets also work in other places, like the toilet. I did some performance art with them that Sarah kind of hated. Titles included "bloody bowl," "kermit pee," and, when I put the tablet in the upper deck, "why won't my pee fully flush?" Good stuff.

Anyway, I wholly recommend getting these for yourself but I have my doubts about their availability, since they come in a box that looks like it was made in cold war era Siberia and they were on serious clearance at Wegmans.

Good luck.

joe welsh  @  11:39 AM  |  link  |   4 comments

4 Comments:

dude

awesome

By Anonymous jordan, at 1:12 PM  

Great to have you back, man.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:44 PM  

Absolutely Awesome.

You are a genius Joe Welsh.

By Blogger Paul, at 3:04 PM  

Now that's what I call Welsh Science!

By Anonymous Dave, at 11:50 AM  

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