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If you're anything like me, you've always wondered why bubbles couldn't be better.
Why do they have to pop when we touch them? Why do they have to pop when they land on things? Why can't they taste good?
Well, my friends, now they can. Bubbles are edible, and the future is officially here.
Thankfully, I have the same thoughts as two children, Rilina and Dylan, who were asking the same question as me: "Why can't bubbles be lickable?"
Here's how you do it:
1. Remove the seal and open the lid (duh).
2. Pour in your favorite flavored water or beverage up to the red line. Do not put any liquid that is toxic or has the potential to cause harm.
3. Close the lid and gently rock the bottle until the bubble solution mixes completely with your beverage. Avoid creating too much bubbles in the solution (that's ironic).
4. Open the lid and blow gently into the loops to create amazing, lickable bubbles. Tiny bubbles on top of and within the liquid will prevent effective bubble creation. You can remove them or allow the solution to settle for at least 30 minutes.
5. DO NOT store leftover content after use to avoid the risk of bacterial growth depending on the type of liquid used.
6. DO NOT drink the solution. Even though it contains safe, nontoxic ingredients, too much of anything might cause symptoms such as upset stomach, nausea, vomit and diarrhea in some sensitive people.
Also it's good to remember that the bubbles will contain the beverage you have mixed, therefore they are potentially staining and can attract insects depending on the sugar content.
Though the kids have tested out child-friendly recipes like Welch's Juices, Gatorade and sweet tea, the creative adults of this world have found that margarita and chardonnay work just fine.
I'm pretty sure it's hella worth it.