You have keys. You love popping bubble wrap, but you don't want to let everyone know about your hoarding/OCD habits. What solves your problems? Years and years of therapy.
You know what's cheaper than therapy, though? This keychain!
Currently selling for $19.99 on Amazon, the Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain is what it sounds like -- an electronic keychain that simulates the experience of popping bubble wrap. The eight silicone buttons play a sound resembling the popping of bubbles when you press them. Plus, it's got a cool name in Japanese: Mugen Puti Puti.
The novelty item shot up to the top of Reddit once some intrepid user pointed out how much the Japanese have life figured out. However, reviews of the item suggest it's not quite as good as the real thing, with both item listings receiving 3.5 stars, based on 58 ratings. Most criticisms suggest the sound is rather muted, while others talk about the lack of existential thrill you get in ending a bubble, as one redditor pointed out.
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OK, that got weird, but you get the point. And if that's not a detailed enough review for you, some guy posted a 6-minute breakdown that includes him opening the original packaging. How meta!
You can snag one of these keychains on Amazon, as previously stated. Or don't. It's your money!