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Spray On Googly Eyes

Shake the can, push the button and spray thousands of 3D eyeballs on any surface.
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The paint consists of two bubbling mixtures, one dense and heavy, one less dense so they separate, one floating on top of the other when sprayed on a surface. The denser, white paint forms the bubbles that are the eyeballs, the less dense black paint floats to the top of these bubbles forming the pupils.

The eyes would look forward if you sprayed them on a horizontal surface but up if you sprayed it on a wall because the dark pupil elements always float up but there could be a ceiling version where the densities are reversed so the eyes would look down.

Picture a sink full of dish soap but with little dots on top of each bubble. That's what this is. Great for Halloween or anytime you need to spray thousands of eyeballs on something.

doctorremulac3, Oct 24 2020

Like this only white with black dots in the middle. https://images.app....l/jKSk3yUbs57mMHTM8
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Or this. https://images.app....l/HUgXUKuAGeADKDKK9
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       This would freak people out [+]   

       Notional extra croissants if the eyes can be bloodshot and/or glowing red.   

       <Wonders about the practicality of "Spray-on spiders"/>
8th of 7, Oct 24 2020
  

       Seems like quite an essential item to me. [+]
xenzag, Oct 24 2020
  

       This might up my Halloween energy a bit. Yes. +
blissmiss, Oct 24 2020
  

       Bloodshot, that's very good but how would you do that? Have the red and white liquids be the same density but repel each other somehow so they don't just mix and turn pink? I need to call a scientist.   

       "Hi, is this the scientist?" "Yes it is." "I need some science." "Very good sir, how much science will you be needing today? Oh first, credit card number please." "Oh, uhhh... 123456789101112." "Very good, I see your name is Mr... Phony Card, Ok Mr Card, what kind of science would you be needing today?".
doctorremulac3, Oct 24 2020
  

       That's a very familiar conversation; it's encouraging to know that, despite everything, MaxCo is still very much in business ...   

       // how would you do that? //   

       The usual methodology involves excessive alcohol consumption, lack of food and sleep, and lack of hydration and electrolytes.   

       As to how you'd get the same effect with paint, well, we'll put the R & D team on it.
8th of 7, Oct 24 2020
  

       I was pretty experienced with the former method in my youth. Not sure about the electrolytes though, are there electrolytes in beer? If so I had that covered.
doctorremulac3, Oct 24 2020
  

       Ah yes, we're regrettably all too familiar with that sort of "compromise" (A.K.A. "We Spoke And You Agreed") ...
8th of 7, Oct 24 2020
  

       Negotiations are ongoing.
8th of 7, Oct 24 2020
  

       //credit card number please." "Oh, uhhh... 123456789101112." "Very good, I see your name is Mr... Phony Card//   

       [Doc] I tried to make a charge but it wouldn't go through. Can you check that these are your actual valid details please?
pocmloc, Oct 24 2020
  

       LOL, just try the first 12 numbers. (god, what if it works?) Reminds me of when I get a scam caller telling me my network has been compromised or other such BS. I try to keep them on the line as long as possible.   

       "My network's been compromised? I better give you my social security number, got a pen? Oh wait, are you talking about a computer network? Are those those things that you can watch like movies and send mail on? I've always wanted to get one, can I buy one from you? (actual conversation, actual response) scam caller: "Uhh, yes." "Oh that's great, let me give you my credit card number, are you ready? It's 2948736850 03820 034948 573920 488483" etc.   

       Anyway, I'll do that till they hang up.
doctorremulac3, Oct 24 2020
  
      
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