It may've taken poor dad 10 hours to make (and just minutes to destroy), but there's something to be said about this cunning physics exercise forced upon the six-year-old birthday boy. We hope he learned a valuable lesson about the rules of position, velocity and acceleration - not to mention the importance of brushing teeth afterwards. [Electric Pig]
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