June 5, 2008      Share

For reasons best left unexplained, this
is Little Fivers Lingerie Week.
Participating Fivers will be donning
their frilliest fancies for your
entertainment. All we can say is: be
thankful this is a text-based medium.
Semper ubi sub ubi!

The Top 7 Ways to Incorporate
Undergarments Into a Science Fair Project

7> “Are Two Cups Better than One?” A look at double slingshots.

6> Working a satellite radio receiver and/or a GPS into a bra

5> Teddies and stilettos to add a flair to pigeons hitting bells
for seeds.

4> Baking soda/vinegar volcano complete with the sacrificial
virgin dressed in a merry widow.

3> Failure mechanisms of a “hook and clasp” mechanism during
awkward dating moments.

2> How various bras can measure the quality of the air

and the Number 1 Way to Incorporate Undergarments Into a Science Fair Project…
1> Wedgie Science: Testing the strength of elastic waist bands
in different brands of underwear.



Selected from 38 submissions from 13 contributors.
This week’s list authors are:

Lance Petry, China — 1 (4th #1!)
Jay Shuck, Minneapolis, MN — 2
Vic Vitek, Hopewell Junction, NY — 3, 7
Carly Simmons, Narragansett, RI — 4
Gary O. Reynolds, Lafayette, IN — 5
Jim G. Phynn, Horsham, PA — 6
Dave Oberhart, Durham, NC — 7
Doug Frank, Crosby, TX — Topic, Banner tag
Barb McMullen, Ann Arbor, MI — Class Clown