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StinkBombs

Phew...Yuck...Stinky!


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Supplies: Balloons, Cotton Swabs, and Garlic Cloves.

What happens: Crush a clove of garlic and roll a cotton swab in the juice.  Now wipe the
swab INSIDE the balloon (but not near the opening because you still have to blow it up.
GROSS!)  Inflate it.  Now take a string and tie the balloon where people will be.  Soon they
will be holding there noses!

Explanation: Balloons are made of rubber and have tiny pores...slowly the air leaks out
causing a stink.  Put it near (not touching it though) a light bulb to speed the stench up
faster.
Splat!
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