The Official Tinfoil Webpage
Real Ultimate Power
Hi, this site is all about tinfoil, REAL TINFOIL. This site is awesome. My name is Tom and I can't stop thinking about tinfoil. This material is cool; and by cool, I mean totally sweet.
1. Tinfoil is metal.
2. Tinfoil can be made into ANYTHING
3. The purpose of the tinfoil is to be conveniently and hygienically wrap things, or be made into something
Forms and applications:
Tinfoil House Tinfoil Plates
Giant Tinfoil Skeleton
Tinfoil can be made into anything you want! Tinfoil gets used for stuff ALL the time and nobody even thinks twice about it. This material is so crazy and awesome that people flip out and make stuff with it ALL the time. I heard that there was this tinfoil which was being used in a diner. And when some cook baked a pie the tinfoil stopped the whole thing burning. My friend Mark said that he saw tinfoil totally paper-cut some kid just because the kid handled it carelessly.
And that's what I call REAL Ultimate Power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If you don't believe that tinfoil has REAL Ultimate Power you better get a life right now because it will keep wrapping and being made into shit anyway!!! It's an easy choice, if you ask me.
Tinfoil is sooooooooooo sweet that I want to crap my pants. I can't believe it sometimes, but I feel it inside my heart. This stuff is totally awesome and that's a fact. Tinfoil is flat, smooth, metallic, strong, flexible, and sweet. I can't wait to start metalwork next year. I love tinfoil with all of my body (including my pee pee).
Q and A:.
Q: Why is everyone so obsessed about tinfoil?
A: Tinfoil is the ultimate paradox. On the one hand it's made of metal, but on the other hand, tinfoil is very flexible and light.
Q: I heard that tinfoil is always fragile and crinkly. What's their problem?
A: Whoever told you that is a total liar. Just like other wrapping materials, tinfoil can be fragile OR totally awesome.
Q: What does tinfoil do when it's not wrapping stuff or being made into things?
A: Most if its free time is spent being on a roll, but sometimes it's in sheets. (Ask Mark if you don't believe me.)
This is a picture of my best friend Mark showing off.
He's a lot older than me and has a tinfoil hat,
which is bragable.
Link to me, by cutting and pasting the link box!
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