It Should Be Wrong …

I used to have a home made anti-stress ball, consisting of a flour filled balloon; it was made for me by one of the French students currently on industrial placement at work. I say used to as one of my colleagues managed to break it, which at least proved it really was a balloon filled with flour. Which is a shame as I was rather fond of it.

But then whilst out on a trip the self same student found this.

09-06-06_1544.jpg Looks fairly innocuous doesn't it? If you pick it up it feels slightly ... icky, but not alarming.


Until you squeeze it ...


How can something so wrong be so compelling? This video clip  demonstrates better than words ever can. Merci bien Roland!

Gary Gale

I'm Gary ... a Husband, Father, CTO at Kamma, geotechnologist, map geek, coffee addict, Sci-fi fan, UNIX and Mac user