TikTok Video Goes Viral For Showing Correct Way To Use A Bubble Wand
We were today years old when we discovered the correct way of using those annoying bubble wands. Consider our lives changed! One man has given us the gift of endless bubbles and we are forever grateful. Did you all know about this hack?!
Bubble wands have long been synonymous with sticky hands, messy floors and screaming children who have accidentally dropped their bubble formula all over the ground. The traditional way we’ve been taught to use bubble wands, is to pull the WHOLE stick out of the tube of liquid and wave it around until we get some bubbles forming.
Granted this worked 5 times out of ten but we were usually left with wet floors and bubble liquid running down our arms. Not to mention kids who run around the house spilling the liquid from the tube as they try desperately to create a few bubbles by frantically waving their little arms around.
It’s fair to say there aren’t many parents who are sad to see the bubble liquid run out. Am I right??
That is up until now! One man has taken to TikTok to share us how wrong we’ve all been with our bubble wand method. You see the trick is to keep the wand IN the tube and only lift it half way. Watch!
@thelegendarynutjob How to use a bubble wand!! Properly!! #theLNJfyp #foryou #bubblewand #bubbles #floating #pop #first #fyp ♬ Funny Song – Cavendish Music
“This is how a bubble wand should be used,” Richard Wilson – aka The Legendary Nut Job – says in his TikTok video.
He is then seen taking out the wand out of the container and waving it around.
“Not like this…” he said of the traditional way.
“But like this.”
That’s when he demonstrated the much more effective way of pumping the wand up and down in the liquid and blowing as it came up each time. This way you get a line of non stop bubbles coming from the wand. And NO drip!
Commenters were stunned by this writing: “WHAT!?!? Holy cats…”
“40yrs old falling asleep on sofa yet i want to go buy a bubble wand,” another said.
“Sat on couch at 49 in stunned silence,” a third commented.
“TT has allowed me to relive my childhood blowing bubbles.
“I was clearly rubbish at it the 1st time round.”
“I’m not waiting for next summer to do this, I did go out to get some and my daughter loved it,” one added.
Another simply wrote: “You just changed my life.”
Have you tried this method yet?