Make Your Own Boingle Bucket

Entranced by Bing Bang Boing? Want to drop your balls in the Boingle Bucket, but your wife says it’s not Valentine’s Day?

You’re in luck: Rob over at the Bearing Trampoline Games blog had fond memories of Bing Bang Boing and has posted up some comprehensive directions on how to recreate the game in your living room.

“The balloon should be stretched taut over the can and there shouldn’t be any visible slack, but don’t make it overly tight or the balloon won’t last very long.” Even the do-it-yourself version is a treasure trove of double and sometimes triple entendres!

Making Bing Bang Boing [Bearing Trampoline Games] (via Boing Boing)
Previously: Boingle Bucket 70s Toy Commercial Montage


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  1. Ah yes, the famous Bearing Trampoline Games blog. Established many years ago, it’s an invaluable resource for anyone who needs to keep up to date with the rapidly changing world of Bearing Trampoline Games.

    Hands up everyone who anticipates this spinoff of the excellent ever actually accumulating more than, oh, three posts :-)?