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Bean bags are great. They're comfortable, easy to move
around and store, comfortable, inexpensive and
But noisy. It's impossible to watch a movie if someone else in
the room is in a bean bag. The deafening rustling will ruin
ambience and obscure all dialogue.
filling something quiet would remove this
detraction. One possibility is some sort of gel-like substance
but the volume of a bean bag is of the order one cubic
metre, and one cubic metre of water weighs exactly one
ton. Unless the gel holds a lot of air, that won't be much
The other idea is latex powder or beads. This approach also
has the major benefit of turning the "bean" bag into the
worlds largest stress ball. (Being mildly allergic to the stuff
myself, I would want a somewhat strongerthanusual bag.)
No doubt there are other possibilities, too, which I would
welcome; but for now, I'm just going to have to master a
ninja-like ability to remain completely still...
(??) Love Sac
Silent and really comfortable. I have one in my office at home. [bristolz, Dec 27 2004]
A not-so-loving sack
[normzone, Dec 28 2004]
||I think I remember reading this some time ago and thinking it was a great idea. Perfect for my Pajama Theater. ;)
||Well the Love Sac is a little old place where we can get together,
Love Sac baby,
Love Sac bay-bee.
||jelly beans? might be tempting to eat them though!
||(psst... *cubic* meter, not *square* meter)
||A cubic meter of water is 1000 kg?
||Oh yeah...that's why I learned those density equations. Heehee.