When I was a kid, I used to put a drop of Elmer’s glue on my desk and let it slowly spread into a perfect circle to dry. The translucent rubbery circle was fun to pull and stretch until it wore out, which didn’t take too long. I’d then put out a bunch more drops, some bigger, some smaller, guessing how long the different sizes would take before they’d be ready for play.
Nowadays, Translucent Glue Dots aren’t the rage they used to be. We now live in the Slime Era. Rainbow slime. Water slime. Butter slime. Sparkle slime. There are more kinds of slimes then colors of crayons. The key to slime is good ‘ole Elmer’s glue. Now if you want to make clear slime, you can’t use regular Elmer’s glue. You have to get clear Elmer’s glue. Hold on, what?!?! I had no idea there was such a thing as clear Elmer’s glue!
Since my wife is such a good mom, she happened to buy a gallon of the clear stuff for Bug for Christmas. To keep Bug from randomly finding it in the house, she kept it in the trunk of our brand new car. And being the good aunt that she is, she also happened to find a balance bike for her niece and nephew who are learning to ride. This too was stored in the trunk as we are planning on seeing them soon. Let’s just skip ahead to the inevitable phone call.
Wife: Hi. So… I bought Bug some glue. And I bought a balance bike. And I kept them both in the trunk. Long story short, I was driving around and when I went to put groceries in the trunk, the glue had somehow popped open and it is all over the trunk. Good news, it is the clear kind. Bad news, over half of it poured out.
Wife: Any ideas of how to get it out of the trunk?
Wife: Alright. Well, I’m going to be working on that until you get home.
Me: Okay, see you soon!
spent a lot of time getting the glue out of the trunk that afternoon/night, but by the