For those who have always wished for something like the hug-avoiding jewelry, people can thank Anaïs Paulard for creating this pink balloon broach. A French jeweler living in the United Kingdom who has a great sense of humor, the balloon is filled with bright pink powder so that the next time the wearer is grabbed into an unwanted embrace, it pops to release its content all over them.
Clever, creative and funny, the hug-avoiding jewelry essentially holds the delicate balloon on a spiky broach that sinks its teeth into it when too much pressure is placed on it. It is aptly titled, 'Won't hug me twice?' People will get a kick out of this one.
Anaïs Paulard Creates a Balloon Broach Filled with Powder
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