The fidget spinner was initially invented to help kids stay focused, but now its keeping the attention of adults with FIDGETIDDIES. The idea was created by Manuela Torres-Orejuela, a 22-year-old recent graduate of UCLA. She tweeted a video of herself wearing her own creation earlier this week. In the video, the pink and green fidgetiddies are actually rotating, proving that yes, they're fully functional.
In response to Twitter's adoration, Torres-Orejuela posted a tutorial video on her Twitter page explaining how to make fidgetiddies. All you need are pasties, velcro (cut in circles, about the size of the center of the fidget spinner), and, of course, two fidget spinners. Simply velcro the spinners onto the pasties, stick the pasties on your nipples, and then start spinning to your heart's (or your nipple's) content. Or, if that seems like a little too much effort for you, you can DM Torres-Orejuela and she will make you a custom pair, although she is still working on numbers and production, she says.
This is hilarious. Love it.