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Trampolin House

Jump off the roof, upward
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A house built of spungy glub. If you lean on it, it sways a bit, then gets back to its original shape. When you jump on the roof, it serves as a trampolin. Spongy porches along the sides keep you safe, if you miss and fall off.
pashute, Jul 26 2010

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       "Bouncy castle" ? In which case, Baked, and Redundant, Widely-Known-To_Exist.
8th of 7, Jul 26 2010
  

       I was hoping for a standard house with an over roof of trampolines... perhaps even angled so that one could bounce from one part of the roof to the next and back.   

       "Glub" doesn't strike me as a long term building material; likely to dry out, crack, etc...   

       Earthquakes would be "fun".
James Newton, Jul 26 2010
  

       Twas brillig, and the slithy toves   

       Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;   

       All mimsy was the spungy glub,   

       And the mome raths outgrabe.
DrWorm, Jul 27 2010
  

       The Boucy Castle cryptography API does not support real non-inflatable homes, which is what this idea is about.   

       The original Borogov (Alexander Borogov I) had actually lived in a spungy glub house, with his wife and 11 children. As a result, the Borogovs were a family known to be quite slithy.
pashute, Jul 28 2010
  

       or just replace the floors of a normal house with trampolines, and coat the walls, stairs etc with safety foam.
robwoodcock87, Jul 30 2010
  
      
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