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August 18, 2012


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Ritchie Gavriel Iavcocco

How big exactly is a buckyball ? Just make the ball bigger than the child tube tester .. Ez pz


They are actually smaller than a bee bee. As you make them bigger they become progressively more powerful and present a different kind of risk.


To answer the question, Bucky balls are tiny, like little ball bearings. According to a Wash Post article I read last year, Tweens were using them to simulatr tongue piercings, with predictable results.

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