This is cancer in its truest form
@Stacys daughter , one of my roommates younger brother has a rich friend that literally had his dad made a good plate spinner costing about 10k. I always feel like that's a rumor and a lie but who knows lol
@Stacys daughter , why?
Can someone calmly explain to me what's wrong with these? My mom recently got me one and I need to know why I'm offended
@Maturity, I think the people who hate on the spinners hate the fad. There is nothing wrong with the spinners themselves, but the way people got obsessed with them all of a sudden is annoying.
@Delivery God Yato, I hate on them because of the claim that spinning a piece of plastic/metal will magically help someone with certain disabilities - its all obviously placebo. So you're either buying them for the placebo effect or because you think they look fun, which is something only an 8-year-old should be doing.
When you and your autistic mate want to continue spreading cancer
@Ray213, don't forget the screeching
What's the point of the spinners ?
@misztrannymarie, Everyone fidgets... except maybe for those guards in front of Buckingham Palace. Whether it’s touching your hair, biting your nails, playing with your clothing or spinning pens in your hands, you probably fidget many, many times a day. It’s called a fidget spinner because it can spin and allows you to do what you normally try not to do: fidget. The toy looks like a cross between a ceiling fan and the head of a triple headed electric shaver. As you can see, the fidget spinner is not exactly the most complex of inventions, although it gives a whirring sound while it spins. Therefore, the fidget spinner’s price premium ($15 on Amazon) over other common fidget objects such as pens, pencils, balls and coins probably isn’t due to massive research and development costs. Nonetheless, some retailers have made claims that the fidget spinner has health benefits such as easing stress, PTSD, anxiety, and ADHD.
@Bonersaurus, thank you so much for explaining it to me :)
Can you imagine being the guy on that assignment though. "Today I'll create a gorgeous watch, or maybe a ring that'll be a family heirloom!" "Todd, I want you to make a bejazzled fidget spinner."
@SecretlyaStark, It's from an SNL skit called 'Cartier ad,' I believe. But I guess someone from the props department had to make it, and probably hated his life
When she's just a terrible person but the sex is great
And I thought the Apple Watch went too far...
Everyone wants a spinner to be cool now and I still want want. Mini NES. Thats what is cool
I bought one to send to my brother overseas🦅⚓️ and I found that it's strangely addictive.
For some strange reason that caption reminds me of the scarecrow from Majora's Mask who asks you to "dance the night away." Great game, good times.
Has science gone too far? Find out on the next episode of Dragon Ball Z!!
@BlueFlameAlchemist, *next episode* AAAHHHHHAAAHHHHHA!AAAAAAA