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Want a workplace toy for your office desk that is unlike any other? Explore the fascinating world of magnetism with the Nanodots Gyro Duo Desk Toy. It's just $39.95. Each of these orbs is a transparent plastic shell with a pair of gimbal-mounted rare earth magnets nested inside. Show More Summary
If you’re still asking what a fidget spinner is at this point, then you obviously haven’t been paying attention. Arguably one of the biggest pop-culture crazes of the past five years, the fad toy’s place in folklore has been cemented beyond doubt thanks to an absurd sketch by the Saturday Night Live gang. The spoof advert […]
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Fidget spinners, a small toy said to relieve stress, have become an overnight sensation, inspiring copycats and thieves.
As fidget spinners continue to take the world by storm, following an app for the ever-popular toy, now we showcase how to make your own spinner. This DIY tutorial is completely next level, as it highlights the world’s smallest fidget spinners, featured on your very own fingernail. The above video provides you with a step-by-step […]
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Fidget Spinners are everywhere now. They've even made it to 7-Eleven stores nationwide. SEE ALSO: The only thing worse than the fidget spinner craze is fidget spinner apps Some of the convenience markets are using an unlikely marketing tactic: a thumbnail from a YouTube video. Show More Summary
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World, I guess it's time for you to meet Matt Ox. If you don't already know who this kid is, just consider him a spawn of Post Malone. It's hard to find much information about him, but Matt Ox is basically the more explicit versionShow More Summary
Just for kicks, Australian auto system manufacturer AXT Turbo put a fidget spinner in a vice and blasted it with an air compressor: We were playing around with the fidget spinner after work, seeing how fast and what the structural integrity of the unit is. Show More Summary
A sweet little Shiba Inu named Kiba to a long look at her human’s new fidget spinner, tried to figure out what it was exactly, before vocalizing her loud objections to make it stop. A post shared by pablo_ha55an (@pablo_ha55an) on May...Show More Summary
The fidget spinner madness has gotten so out of hand, our four-legged friends have taken notice. This dog wasn’t a huge fan. But of course, some pooches are all for the devices — and are total showoffs. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
The folks at AXT Turbo in Dandenong Victoria. Australia placed a fidget spinner in a vice and shot it with an air compressor to see how fast that they could get it turning. They calculated that the fidget spinner was spinning at 50,000 RPM before finally breaking apart. Show More Summary
In a very clever aux ad on Saturday Night Live, a very patient man gave his rather snobbish date a diamond encrusted Fidget Spinner by Cartier to keep her occupied while he had a good time at a party. Although this seems extravagant, it is not beyond the realm of impossible. Show More Summary
Has this craze officially gone too far? We'll leave that to you to decide, but before you do be sure to check out this tutorial in which makeup and nail art expert Natasha Lee sticks a tiny fidget spinner to her nail. Everything about...Show More Summary
ShibeNation, a Youtube account devoted to Shiba Inu dogs in hilarious predicaments, uploaded a video they found on Twitter in which one Shibe is not impressed by its owner's fidget spinner. The Shibe seemed to be not a fan of the spinner...Show More Summary
I will never understand fidget spinners and those who use them. Your lack of self control over your fidgety nature is making spinner manufacturers rich. At least for now. Anyway, check out this video of a…
Fidget spinners are taking the country by storm, as the Tamagotchi and yo-yo did before them. Unlike those other examples, spinners aren't necessarily toys, but rather concentration tools for distracted or hyperactive kids. They're being banned from schools all the same. Show More Summary
The trend of the moment goes way upscale with a fake ad for those who need to distract an obnoxious date.