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Toilet Paper Tube X-Wing Fighter: Wipe After Every Battle

by Conner Flynn
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If your family eats a lot of fiber, you too can have a rebel fleet with a complete armada of X-Wing fighters made out of toilet paper tubes. This squadron’s company motto is “Wipe your butt, then wipe out the Empire.” “Do your duty for the fleet.” Okay, enough bathroom humor.

This is a cool project to turn your discarded toilet paper tubes into something useful and geeky. I didn’t come across any instructions, but if you just look at the images at homemademagic you can see how easy it is to create your own X-Wing. In addition to the T.P. rolls, you’ll probably need some paper towel tubes, cardboard and tape as well.

The X-Wing pilot shirt is of course required if you are going to be flying these things in both hands and making X-Wing noises. Even though many of us will look like Jek Porkins doing it. Okay guys, start using up more T.P. and make yourself a rebel fighter now!

[via Obvious Winner]




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