After Ship Your Enemies Glitter went viral this week, the site’s owner shut it down after being overwhelmed with orders. It seemed no one would get to see a glitter bomb in action. Luckily, someone recorded the consequences of opening a similar device and uploaded it to YouTube.
My dad always reads my mail so I decided to teach him a lesson by sending a glitter bomb to myself from ruindays.com (Via YouTube)
This particular glitter bomb comes to us courtesy of Ruin Days, a prank website similar to Ship Your Enemies Glitter. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this video only needs the one.