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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. See bubble pack.

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  • n. Cushioning material consisting of small spheres of air trapped in plastic, sold on long rolls for tearing off, and used as packaging for fragile items.

Etymologies

From the registered trademark of Sealed Air Corporation (US). (Wiktionary)

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  • Hee. It's fun.

    November 22, 2009

  • Diarrhea Dan game.

    November 22, 2009

  • Argh! My eyes!

    April 10, 2009

  • motion induced blindness.

    April 10, 2009

  • The cuckoo game!

    January 27, 2009

  • So how come the gwap site said there was a 99% chance I was female? Is it because I preferred the baby picture to the picture of the motorbike and didn't prefer the picture with the drunken coeds? Seems a bit facile, if you ask me.

    January 4, 2009

  • Try the Unintelligencer.
    Suggested by bilby on peer pressure.

    January 4, 2009

  • Yearbook yourself.

    October 5, 2008

  • Solitary ping pong!

    August 21, 2008

  • The Stupid Test.

    Any idea how many colours there are for that ball, frin? I managed to change it twice.

    August 19, 2008

  • Just click the ball. Easy…

    August 18, 2008

  • Try this one! Avoid smokers!

    May 29, 2008

  • Another online game for the wordie-inclined.

    Click on Verbosity once you're there. You're matched with an anonymous online partner and take turns guessing secret words, chosen by the game, based on clues provided by the other partner.

    May 17, 2008

  • Half a pound of tuppeny rice
    Half a pound of treacle
    Mix it up and make it nice
    Pop! goes the bubble wrap.

    Half a pound of tuppeny rice
    Half a pound of claptrap
    Mix it up and make it nice
    Pop! goes the bubblewrap.

    Again, again ... must ... have ...



    April 23, 2008

  • Ptero, my favorite one is Bauns, though I like that one where you catch bees in a bubble too.

    April 22, 2008

  • Thank you, chained_bear, for posting a link to my beloved Orisinal! I've passed many an hour there, often when I should have been doing homework. :-)

    April 22, 2008

  • Then there is the mildly addictive word-motivated Human Brain Cloud mentioned in Errata some time back.

    April 21, 2008

  • And this one is simply bizarre. Fleeting amusement from Stupid Forum. (If you're accused of spamming, try again.)

    April 21, 2008

  • Here's one for the artistically inclined. Just start dripping in the manner of Jackson Pollock; clicking the mouse changes colour.

    Shame you don't work at an art museum Pro… you could almost justify this one!

    April 21, 2008

  • I second the bubble wrap tag idea.

    April 21, 2008

  • Try a Californiansearchengine search for "(the most popular sacred book in the Western cultures) fight".

    I won't click on your links here at the museum. I won't.

    April 21, 2008

  • OMG, frindley, I am in love with playing cards. How fun!

    Pro, you are familiar with freerice.com...? And with Fingerjig?

    This site has sucked hours away from me. There are about fifty cute little kid-friendly games there.

    I further propose that in our travels around Wordie, when we find a page with such a link, we tag it "bubble wrap." Thoughts?

    April 21, 2008

  • Oh man, I have hundreds of things for this page, haha.

    April 21, 2008

  • Here's another candidate. Watch the little "throw metre" on the left to improve accuracy.

    April 21, 2008

  • Brilliant! From now on, a link to a time-consuming stupid website will be a bubble wrap to me.

    April 21, 2008

  • I vote that we place all the nifty web-based toy/games here. Frindley, I love the cello one (this one) you posted on the (poisonous) page vegetarian!

    April 21, 2008

  • Oh yes!!! Perfect.

    April 21, 2008

  • Try the online bubble wrap stress eraser. Here.

    (Or here.)

    April 21, 2008