Quer descontar o stress em algum lugar, use essa bolinha!
Feita de material eslástico ela "explode" como um sporo alienigina ou alguma coisa nojenta saída da Umbrella corporation" ...
Dentro de cada bola existe látex liquido que se expande e cria as bolhas de esporo, fazendo o efeito de explosão que muda a cor da cobertura elástica.
Gosta de filmes de zumbis, alienigenas e outros mortos ou vivos esquisitos, então esta é a sua escolha. Ótimo para quem trabalha com programação ou necessita exercitar os musciulos da mão para evitar tendinite, mas é mais legal pela brincadeira *rs
Veja a descrição retirada da thinkgeek dessa mostruoisidade:
- Staphylococcus comes from the Greek words "staphyle" and "kokkos" meaning "a bunch of grapes." If you squeeze our Infectious Disease Stress Balls, you'll get a very nasty cluster of pustules, much like a bunch of grapes. Grapes full of orange pus.
- Bubonic Plague came from the Greeks, too. Well, it came from rat fleas, but the word "bubo" means "swollen gland" in Greek, and if you were lucky enough to catch Bubonic Plague, you got lots of those in your armpits and groin. Ew.
- While Cooties is currently immunizable by any child with the chant "Circle, circle, dot, dot, now you've got the Cooties shot," the word Cooties originally described lice in WWI. Soldiers also called them "arithmetic bugs" because "they added to our troubles, subtracted from our pleasures, divided our attention, and multiplied like hell."
- Smallpox (not Greek!) is another picture you don't want to see before dinner. It localizes on the skin and in the mouth and throat and has a nasty rash and raised blisters full of fluid.
- And finally, nobody expects the Zombie Virus in the movies. But we do. WE DO. We're really hoping the Zombie Virus doesn't turn skin green with orange pustules, but it sure would make the zombies easier to spot from a distance.