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Self explaining fidget cube

A fidget cube that explains what a fidget cube is
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For deaf, blind and half bald people who have no idea what a fidget cube is, or anyone who does not have access to an English dictionary. (I myself need a self-explaining fidget cube in order to understand what it is)
pashute, Mar 08 2017

Fidget Cube https://www.youtube...watch?v=m5eq0TVxCKw
The three-dimensional analogue of the fidget square [Cuit_au_Four, Mar 08 2017]

Torq spinner http://m.ebay.ca/it...5270293?_mwBanner=1
[JesusHChrist, Mar 08 2017]

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       As the fate of Eva Braun demonstrated, never let a woman be half bald.
4and20, Mar 08 2017
  

       If anyone understood that, please send your answers on a postcard.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 08 2017
  

       Next up my favorite Torq spinner toy fidget thingy... with feathers. Link
JesusHChrist, Mar 08 2017
  

       Consider the average academic presentation and the amount of focus that it demands as a function evaluated at any point of the presentation. If you graphed the function over the course of the presentation, you'd probably end up with a landscape that featured multiple peaks and valleys.   

       I think that the idea behind the fidget cube is to provide supplemental stimulation in order to fill in the valleys so that the brain doesn't sputter and tune out. It's sort of like revving your engine at a stop light on a cold day.
Cuit_au_Four, Mar 08 2017
  
      
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