11-Year-Old Invents Deodorant That Will Sing To You
11-year-old Quinn Sheeran of New Jersey took an ordinary stick of Old Spice deodorant and made it much more entertaining. This smart kid took the music player out of one of those obnoxious birthday cards that plays music when you open it. Then, he took the music player, put it back together, and then attached it to a stick of Old Spice. The kicker? When you pull the cap off the deodorant, the music plays. I think this kid might be onto something big.
Old Spice thought so, too, since they reached out to Sheeran and generously offered the 11-year-old some sweet gear. Old Spice posted this to their Facebook page:
“Quinn, we’d like to be the first to congratulate you on winning the coveted 2013 Quinn for the Winn Achievement in Having Music Play While You Apply Old Spice Deodorant Award, which is a very prestigious honor that we just made up right this minute. We’d also like to send you a big, fancy 3-D printer, so you can keep making things that make the world a better place. Have your parents get in touch with us, and congratulations on being the most important inventor of all time.”
That should make show-and-tell a hell of a lot more interesting? Oh, you brought seashells? Yeah, here’s this invention I made. Old Spice liked it and gave me a 3-D printer for all of my hard work.
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