xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Jan 7 01:57 AM
Jan 7, 2009: Bubbles
Bubbles, no not the stripper from that party you don't remember much of.
SPUCK Wednesday Jan 7 05:13 AM
They would freeze really fast as they have a huge volume verses mass of water.
touchnova Wednesday Jan 7 06:51 AM
The last image seems to have a frosty tree in the background, and maybe that's just plywood attached to someone's deck railing? If so, then the bubbles would appear to freeze at a naturally occurring temperature vs. only in some insane lab setup...
Shawnee123 Wednesday Jan 7 07:58 AM
I have a sudden urge to listen to the BeeGees.
Pooka Wednesday Jan 7 09:10 AM
I wonder if that would work in our deep freeze?
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Jan 7 01:40 PM
wolf Wednesday Jan 7 02:10 PM
I am going to have to get a bottle of bubbles to keep at work in the event of a freezing cold night.
Cloud Wednesday Jan 7 02:13 PM
wolf Wednesday Jan 7 02:14 PM
Sweet. I pass one on the way to work. Now to figure out where in the office to hide them so they'll be at the ready ...
Pie Wednesday Jan 7 04:22 PM
<voice of> In amongst the cleaning supplies. No one ever goes there. </experience>
dar512 Wednesday Jan 7 04:23 PM
monster Wednesday Jan 7 05:42 PM
go to the dollar store and get the party favors bubbles -they're tiny and easy to hide and you can put then in several locations in case one gets discovered or you have a bubble emergency.
HungLikeJesus Wednesday Jan 7 06:16 PM
Why are you late? I suppose you're going to say you were out blowing bubbles too.
spudcon Thursday Jan 8 04:35 PM
One of those resembles Enceladas, one of Jupiter's moons
Shawnee123 Thursday Jan 8 04:37 PM
Aliantha Thursday Jan 8 05:16 PM
Over here you can get bubbles that have some kind of fixative in them so that they don't pop. They actually set on the surface they land on.
monster Thursday Jan 8 06:48 PM
yeah, Gymboree sells some like that, I'm sure other places do too
wolf Friday Jan 9 09:06 PM
Have shown the thread to cow orkers. Our plan is to try this the next night it seems cold enough, after someone has shown sufficient initiative to actually go out and buy bubbles.
wolf Friday Jan 16 12:00 AM
It's not cold enough yet.
Perry Winkle Friday Jan 16 12:07 AM
wolf Friday Jan 16 09:28 AM
-12°C, what, are you out of your mind? We're never going to get that, not even with a really good windchill.
TheMercenary Friday Jan 16 10:29 AM
xoxoxoBruce Friday Jan 16 10:59 AM
monster Saturday Jan 17 05:52 PM
We tried it last night when it was about -21C and were disappointed. But the hot water thing rocked....
xoxoxoBruce Sunday Jan 18 01:48 AM
Did you mouth blow them or arm swing them? I understand the mouth blown take longer to freeze.
DucksNuts Sunday Jan 18 03:43 AM