When I went to go see my son & daughter in Indiana I was shown the new and now thankfully over fad of fidget spinners.
“What do you do with them?” I asked… and got a blank stare back.
“Duh Dad, you spin them…”
“You spin them,” they stared at me with that look only a dad gets when he asked a stupid question.
But Kate Raines from KLLL & I knew that the end was coming. We thought it would be here and gone like the pet rock and Pokemon Go.
Proof that the spinners have reached critical mass and will soon crash…
hi everyone i have been working on something that absolutely no one asked for pic.twitter.com/now4kG8ZYA
— manu (@caritadepincel) July 4, 2017
More people are following this trend…
— babygirl ✨ (@brwn_sugvh) July 9, 2017
Guys love them
— Thom (@thatguythom) July 8, 2017
But reality has set in…
— Jules (@RadioTheJules) July 9, 2017
Want to know how to make them…
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN FIDGETIDDIES™ pic.twitter.com/78ONTwzq30
— manu (@caritadepincel) July 6, 2017