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    Chad's Crappy Corner & His Second Gadget For His New May Theme! 

    The theme our Patreons picked for May is “Cheap Entertaining Gadgets”. And Chad's second Cheap Entertaining gadget is Magic Writing Slime.

    Chad picked up his package of Magic Writing Slime at Walmart. It was on sale for about $5. The company calls this slime: “Putty taken to the next level!" And explains it this way:  Use the laser writer to create messages, draw a picture or make designs. Your imagination knows no limits with Writing Putty. Write your name and secret messages. Roll it out and the writing disappears. Create endless messages! Online it was $7.44 on Amazon.

    And Chad's take? Chad liked this putty-like slime. It's fun and you even see how it works while it's still in the package. As Chad explains and shows us in his video, the Magic Laser really isn't a laser, it's just a small LED light. But it does let you write on the slime! You can't write too much because you need to make big letters for them to be read. And you have to be quick because they seem to disappear quite quickly. But Chad liked his magic slime and actually doesn't consider it really 'crappy' at all. Watch this show and decide for yourself.
    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/2DU7GPd

    See or hear this show: www.gizwiz.tv/episode/1726

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