USB Flash Drive Cereal and Spoon Cover

Introduction: USB Flash Drive Cereal and Spoon Cover

If you want to make your flash drive look like a spoonful of cereal then make this, and show it to all of your friends and watch them be amazed.

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Step 1: What You Need

Materials:
cereal
spoon
usb flash drive
hot glue gun
glue stick

Step 2: Glue It

Glue the flash drive onto the spoon.

Step 3: Glue the Cereal

Glue the cereal onto the spoon to look like you scooped it out of a bowl, make sure none of the flash drive is showing except for the metal part that plugs into the computer.

Step 4: Done

save all your documents in a tasty looking spoonful of cereal.

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    27 Discussions

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    rix69
    rix69

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Hey thanks for sharing my idea. a little credit would have been nice :-)
    i can confirm that after 3 years its still as fresh as when i made it and even smells like cereal.

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    Yokel
    Yokel

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Surely the cereal isn't very strong? It must break pretty easily?

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    ipod1234
    ipod1234

    9 years ago on Step 2

    sorry it's so blurry, any tips?

    Looks easy to break the usb port. put one thing on that spoon and boom. Otherwise pretty great looking ,lol!

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    the_burrito_master
    the_burrito_master

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I know it is but I've seen usb ports break, a little bit of pressure on the end of that spoon and your usb and a part of the side of the laptop could be gone.

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    Diego123
    Diego123

    10 years ago on Introduction

    If you copy other people's stuff you should at least give us the source.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6mzTRLeFTE

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    Emsaid
    Emsaid

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    well he did you the same cereal

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    Emsaid
    Emsaid

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    well it looks exactly the same, and it even uses the same cereal

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    MichelMoermans
    MichelMoermans

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Well this is the internet. There are over 4 biljon people of the more then 7 who live on the earth on the internet. So the chance that you invent something usefull that noone thought about before is very very unlikely. I had the same with my melting popsicle ible. I made one out of wood after getting the idea. I thought I was being so original and all of the sudden someone links me an internetpage with the exact same idea only they made it with cardboard. I couldn't believe my eyes. So therefore my motto is "it's almost certain that what I am making is already made by someone else. But hopefully I'll do it a little bit better..." And besides this is a very popular cereal found all over the world. Also the shapes are easier to work with then for instant honeybees or something.

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    zascecs
    zascecs

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    It could be a coincidence; or it could be the same person...

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    1aminstructable

    If it stays good 'forever' it is better as a USB spoon than as consumable food! He's done mankind a favor.

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    MichelMoermans

    Nice I like the creativity that is invested in this project One thing keeps me wondering though... What will happen with the cereal overtime? Can it survive over the years or will you: a) have to throw it all away because it will start to smell? b) need to replace the cereal from time to time?

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    ipod1234
    ipod1234

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    it stays good forever and it doesn't get smelly

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    MichelMoermans
    MichelMoermans

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction


    Well, how about an estimate then? :)

    A week? A month? A year? and what will happen to the cereal? Decolorize or something else?