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Instead of buying a Green Biscuit for $13-$15...why not make your own for little to no money. It works just the same...but in some cases better on certain surfaces.
 
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Step 1: Materials

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-1/4 cup water
-1/2 cup salt
-1 cup flour
-1 tspn veggie oil
-(optional) food coloring
-bowl
-spoon
-3 nuts and bolts from an old skate board

Step 2: Making of the Biscuits body

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Combine all of the ingredients in the bowl. Mix with the spoon. Kneed the mixture until it is like dough on the wax paper.

Step 3: Making the discs

Flatten the dough into discs (on the wax paper) that measures 8 cm in diameter and 1.5 cm in width. Then you will have 2 discs. Bake the discs in the microwave in 10 seconds, 15 seconds, and 15 second intervals.

Step 4: Assembly

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Stick 3 toothpicks into the stacked discs to make three lined up holes. Put the nuts and bolts into the holes where the toothpicks were. The biscuit is ready for use!

Totally shattered on my first light wrist shot.

NVDevastator12 months ago
It would be cool... But i would be scared to eat them