Wacky Wednesday: The Rainbow Bubble Challenge [Video]
For this week's Wacky Wednesday challenge, I surprised Angel with a really fun idea I saw on Facebook. Basically, the goal of the challenge is to turn yourself into a human bubble machine. Here's what you need:
An empty water bottle (cut in half)
A white sock
Food coloring (the more colors the merrier)
Now that you've rounded up your key ingredients, here's how to use them. This is AWESOME!
Angel and I have attempted a couple of "scientific" experiments for our Wacky Wednesday segment, but THIS was our absolute favorite. It was a blast and it worked! Like a charm! We could have blown rainbow bubbles for days.
This challenge is a MUST try for the kids. They're going to love it. As a matter of fact, we were contacted by the creator of the I Love Panama City Beach Facebook page. She shared the video with their followers. I'm telling you. This experiment is epic.
Here's another one they'll love, even though it's even messier (if you can believe it). We played the Rock Paper Scissors Pie in the Face game. If you lose a round of Rock Paper Scissors, you're forced to smash your face into a pie tin. We decided to fill those tins with a variety of things. We started with flour, then progressed to mayo, marshmallows, Hershey's Syrup and whipped topping. Here's how it played out!
Here are some more recent Wacky Wednesday highlights.
The Body Pong Challenge.
The #DonutOnAString Challenge.
Here's another recent blast from the Wacky Wednesday past. We recently saw video of a group of friends who were trying to balance a tote full of water with their feet. Then, one by one, members of the group would try to remove their socks while trying to keep the tote balanced. It was hilarious and Angel and I just knew we would have to try it. Here's what happened.
We obviously couldn't give up. I mean, we were doing SOOO well. #Sarcasm We decided to refill the tote and give it another whirl. To no one's surprise, the second attempt didn't go quite as well and Angel got drenched.
Angel and I started Wacky Wednesday a few 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.