Holy neurological breakthrough, Batman!
This is a bouncier, fluffier form of slime. This doesn’t offer exact measurements since it will depend on the humidity and other factors. You will know when it looks right.
A can of shaving cream
Contact lens saline solution
Food colour/glitter etc.
1)Empty your glue into a large bowl. Add glitter or food dye and stir until combined.
2) Add in the shaving cream. It will start to get thick and puffy.
3) Slowly add in contact solution stirring each time. Once the slime is no longer sticky or too runny, start kneading the slime until it becomes a smooth consistency.
This is a wonderful magazine despite the fact that Nicole Arbor’s face is on it. # dearfatpeople
This is not only a great way to save money. It is a godsend for someone who has chemical sensitivity or allergies.
I love this article. I live a frugal lifestyle, partly because I respect the value of a dollar and partly because less stuff = less stuff to run over in my wheelchair. This author highlights the environmental impact of frugal living, which I am ashamed to admit that it never really dawned on me.
This contains a wealth of information on how to use simple culinary herbs to treat inflammation. I am not a doctor so I certainly can’t give out medical advice. However, if you think it may help you, then it is worth talking to your doctor about it.
The medical applications of such a find are very promising. I’m not quite ready to sign up for brain manipulation, but I certainly appreciate Mickey Mouse’s sacrifice for science.