A Chewing Gum Bug is a practical joke gag used to play tricks on people, usually adults. It looks like a 5-pack of Chewing Gum except the last stick is still in the pack. The trick works when the prankster tricks the victim into pulling out the last stick of gum. A small rubber bug, (folded back to fit in the pack), springs out and smacks the victim on the finger he or she used to hold the fake stick of Chewing Gum. It doesn't really hurt, but can really annoy the victim, especially if used more than once on him or her. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chewing Gum Bug"
A Chinese finger trap (or Chinese finger cuffs) is a gag toy used to play a practical joke on kids and unsuspecting adults. The finger trap is a simple puzzle that traps the victim's fingers in both ends of a small, woven bamboo cylinder. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chinese finger trap"
A dribble glass is a drinking glass that has holes hidden in the etched design. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dribble glass"
A joy buzzer is a practical joke device that consists of a coiled spring inside a disc worn in the palm of the hand. When the wearer shakes hands with another person, a button on the disc releases the spring, which rapidly unwinds creating a vibration that feels somewhat like an electric shock to someone not expecting it. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joy Buzzer"
The Snake Jam Jar then evolved into a whole array of products, the Snake Peanut Brittle Can, the Snake Mint Can, and the best selling Snake Nut Can. In the 1990's Adams' grandson produced Snake Potato Chips. ...more on Wikipedia about "Snake Nut Can"
A Whoopee Cushion, also known as The Poo-Poo Cushion and The Razzberry Cushion, is a Practical joke device that produces a noise resembling a Bronx cheer or human flatulence. It is made from two sheets of rubber that are glued together. There is a small opening with a flap at one end for air to enter and leave the cushion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whoopee cushion"
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