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Washing With Electronics: Game Boy Soap

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Etsy seller twoeggplants (and a microwave) is selling these super-realistic Game Boy soap bars. They cost $15 apiece, which I think we can all agree is a small price to pay to pretend you're playing Tetris while on the can.

Like most of my soap creations, this Game Boy Soap is the same size as the actual Game Boy. It was a tremendous amount of work and it shows in its very realistic details that were painstakingly created - from the buttons, the letters, the screen, and the colors.

Or you could do what I do and lather up with a real Game Boy. Plus it doubles as an electrolysis machine. You'll never have to shave again! Kidding, kidding -- there's nowhere near enough electricity for that (use a toaster, stupid).

Hit the jump for several more shots and another link to twoeggplants' Etsy (they sell taco soap too!).

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twoeggplants' Etsy Page
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Nintendo Game Boy Soap [fratfury]

Thanks to Ryan, who only washes with an Atari Lynx. Hell yeah, color!

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