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A 30-Foot Transparent Slide Made Entirely From Glass

This is the world's first clear slide made entirely from glass. It measures 15-feet high, 30-feet long and even the stairs are made from glass. The only thing not glass is the heavy metal base that keeps it from toppling over and leaving a rider with a concussion and an anus full of glass shards. We've all been there before, am I right? You're so made at a party host or hostess for inviting someone they promised you they wouldn't that you try to take a dump in the punch bowl and the folding table collapses.
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