Product: Packaging: Bubble Wrap
Bugle Wrap   (+3, -2)  [vote for, against]

Instead of boring old bubble wrap, why not wrap your precious items in Bugle Wrap. As the name suggests each inflated cell takes the form of a miniature bugle. The cells have been mass produced in such a way as to emit a tiny squeak of sound when burst open, due to thickness contouring of the plastic walls.
-- xenzag, Oct 18 2014

Flared corn snacks [csea, Oct 19 2014]

Goldfish (not real) bubble wrap http://www.lostatem...king-twice-popping/
[not_morrison_rm, Oct 20 2014]

Flaired horn acts [hippo, Oct 20 2014]

No ? http://www.homecsto...1/Bugler_Paper.html
[normzone, Oct 20 2014]

Nice! there could be different sizes to produce the notes of chords. +

As a youth, I wished that Bugles [link] would make sounds!
-- csea, Oct 18 2014

What link?
-- not_morrison_rm, Oct 18 2014

Sorry, < that one.
-- csea, Oct 19 2014

When burst, would each one play a tinny rendition of "Video Killed the Radio Star"?
-- hippo, Oct 20 2014

If you like...({sotto voice} medic!.....someone get a medic over here..)

^ Oh, that link.....
-- not_morrison_rm, Oct 20 2014

Hmm, I seem to recall "bugle" being synonymous with a certain powdery substance of South-American origin, individual provisions of which would often be enclosed in the form of a hand-folded paper "wrap". Either this is coincidental, or I believe shenanigans may be afoot.
-- zen_tom, Oct 20 2014

//certain powdery substance of South-American origin

-- not_morrison_rm, Oct 20 2014

//Guano?// quite possibly, though if your guano ratios are topping out, you're going to the wrong dealer.

(At least that's what I heard. A long, long time ago. From this bloke in a pub. Your honour/constable/goon/etc)
-- zen_tom, Oct 20 2014

random, halfbakery