Do you ever do something at home and think it’s cool and then share it with people on the Internet just to get fried for ruining someone’s happiness? This is what’s going on with internet personality Logan Paul, who wrapped a bunch of pretty Game Boy Color in resin to make Pokemon table.
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Paul posted the project on TikTok and shared the clip on Twitter on December 26th. He took 15 colors for the Game Boy, including what appears to be a limited edition. Pokemon– themed and the yellow dandelion variant, and enclosed them in a few pounds of epoxy. After placing and gel-coating the consoles, Paul wrapped the tabletop with a metal Pokéball frame.
He published shorter follow-up video demonstrating how the table lights up and changes color, going from blue to purple, from red to green and back. It actually looks tight! It’s also a reliable way to preserve a piece of game history by transforming something old into something artistic and functional.
But since this is the Internet, people are very angry about this.
Several people mourned Paul’s blasphemous act. “[putting people’s] happiness in epoxy and [wasting] this to quote one user… Honestly, people are in a panic! Another said It was not required to “drown them” in resin for the project, while another noted that other methods – like a glass display – would be “lighter” and “permanently customizable.”
However, by far the thing that worries people the most is that Paul allegedly destroyed 15 Game Boy flowers. Because, as you can imagine, the handhelds that he supposedly destroys are in perfect order – at least according to general assumptions. It doesn’t matter that the Game Boy colors can be bought both on Amazon and eBay, as well as in thrift stores, thrift stores, etc. And it certainly isn’t that he can do what he wants with that one. what he buys. God forbid.
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Look, I’m not going to question Logan Paul. Dude did something doubtful things in the past that haunt his present. He also hardcore into destructive earth devouring resources NFT networkthat’s … cool. Paula is not exactly who I would defend, but this jumble of evidence is a testament to the most toxic qualities of the Internet – or rather, humanity. Just live and let live. Leave people alone.