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Slow developing bug stickers

Now you dont. Now you see it!
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What makes you feel alive more than turning on the light late at night to find a sprawl-legged wolf spider, inches from your face, perched on your mirror? Or that shining roach dead center on your nice white floor? Here at BUNGCO, we will tell you what: it is placing that sticker depicting wolf spider, roach, solfugid, or other crawling critter on that mirror or floor in the middle of the preceding day, in the knowledge that over the ensuing hours it will develop and bring to life the corresponding image.

Yes, late at night or early in the morning is the best time to turn on a light and discover a big bug. But it is so hard to place a fake bug or bug sticker in the office bathroom or the kitchen of your sister-in-law such that it is not discovered earlier, in cool blood, the prior afternoon. BUNGCOs Developing Bug Stickers go on clear and unobtrusive. After a period of time the image develops and then is available for life-affirming discovery!

bungston, Aug 08 2012

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       An outstuningly good idea.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 08 2012
  

       Can you stick an edible version of these to toast so that Nascar fans can see Jesus or Elvis at breakfast?
Phrontistery, Aug 09 2012
  

       //Can you stick an edible version of these to toast so that Nascar fans can see Jesus or Elvis at breakfast?//   

       It occurs to me that one could create undeveloped jesus toast by preparing a stensil of the desired image then spraying the chosen breadslice with water through it.
Loris, Aug 09 2012
  

       [+] This is awesome! You are brilliant!
xandram, Aug 09 2012
  
      
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