Can I blame my mother-in-law? Husbot? Santa Claus?
In a moment of innocence that turned out to be idiocy, optimism that turned to dismay, I purchased colored bubbles. “No-stain colored bubbles!” to be exact.
If you are a child, a fiberglass tub, or a concrete floor, the advertising stands up. They are indeed no-stain colored bubbles.
But if you are, say, a cotton towel that was a beachy Caribbean green, you are now a beachy Caribbean green with splotches of orange and lurid pthalo green.
Two plusses: As you can see, the bots loved them. And they blew really good bubbles.
But I’m just thinking colored no-stain bubbles: one of those inventions that should have never left the drawing board.
Can you think of any more?