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Top 10 DIY Projects That Cost Less Than $3

Top 10 DIY Projects That Cost Less Than $3
5 cents, the symbol ¢ isn't used much any more but it stands for cents, ie. change under a dollar, in other words $0.05, or, as stated in his paragraph, a nickel. It does look a lot like a euro symbol. Sorry I misread that I don't know american currency that well and did not know what ¢ meant It says 5 cents, NOT 5 dollars.

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Prank Box The prank box is basically a sealed wooden box with an electric bell inside that is activated by a key switch. Once it is turned on, a relay inside the box is latched and it cannot be turned off without knowing the secret trick (Spoiler Alert:magnets). Quite understandably, a completely sealed box with a ringing bell inside that doesn't seem to stop can quickly become maddening. It is very funny to watch people ponder the implications of the device, reluctantly turn it on, and then stress out when they cannot turn it off. It is even funnier to get panicked emails from your friend in Canada after you mail it to him without any explanation, and he decides to ignore the directions on the box and turn it on.

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