Silly Bandz – ridiculous and addictive

Katie Hinderer | 03 October 2010
Have Silly Bandz become popular in your part of the world? This summer they were all the rage here in the USA. The little plastic bracelets (and now rings) are created in some specific shape – a shape they go back to once you take them off your wrist.
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