Wacky Wednesday: Chad and Angel Play “Junk in the Trunk” [Video]
This is absolutely hilarious! Today for Wacky Wednesday, Angel and I decided to tackle a really fun Minute to Win It game we have played a couple of times at Camp Country. Basically, all you need to attempt it is a box of tissues (emptied out, of course), some ping pong balls and something to use to tie the box of tissue to your backside. Now you know why they call it Junk in the Trunk.
Angel and I suited up, put eleven ping pong balls in each tissue box and let 'er rip. Here's how it played out.
What can I say? My hips don't lie.
Now, not all of our Wacky Wednesday experiments are as successful. Here's a perfect case study.
Just last week, Angel and I decided to celebrate Halloween for Wacky Wednesday. I saw a Facebook video of a young man making Pumpkin Elephant Toothpaste and I knew we had to try it. I wish I could tell you that we careered it like the kid did, but I would be lying.
If want to give it a whirl, here's what you need: a carved pumpkin, a cylinder (that fits in the pumpkin), a funnel, one cup of hydrogen peroxide, yeast, hot water, food coloring and dish soap.
Once you've rounded up your key ingredients, here's how to use them. Yes! This is how you make (or attempt to make) Pumpkin Elephant Toothpaste!
Now, I'll admit. The first try was pretty cool. As Angel said, our pumpkin looked like a "Pukin' Pun'kin." However, the end result wasn't nearly as cool as what happened in the original video I saw. Check this out!
Now THAT was awesome!
Angel and I have attempted a couple of "scientific" experiments for our Wacky Wednesday segment, but THIS recent challenge was our absolute favorite. We did this a couple of weeks ago. It was a blast and it worked like a charm! We could have blown rainbow bubbles for days.
This "Rainbow Bubbles" challenge is a MUST try for the kids. They're going to be obsessed. This experiment is epic.
Angel and I started Wacky Wednesday a months ago, near the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The inspiration behind the series was to give families something fun and "wacky" to try together at home. Yes, the series grew out of the COVID-19 quarantine, but it has become a staple of our morning show.
So, stay tuned for more wackiness each Wednesday here on WBKR, the WBKR app, WBKR.com and the WBKR Facebook page. If you have a Wacky Wednesday suggestion for us, shoot us a message via the WBKR Facebook page or through AppChat on the WBKR app.