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Today's Poll: 07/05/2015

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Sealed Air, a Bubble Wrap manufacturer, has a new version of Bubble Wrap that does not pop. Does this make you upset? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Yes, this infuriates me
Yes, I love popping Bubble Wrap
No
Other/Undecided (explain in comments)
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SayWHATdude
on 07/05/15
I don't care. Got more important things to think about.
HallieBallie
on 07/05/15
jenb1384 liked this  
i feel like making it non poppable is probably worse for the environment...
geor3
on 07/05/15
And how and where would you store it at home ? Good for the recycle process in being able to use over and over, but how much could one store to recycle it ? How much area in the recycle bin would it take up when you get too much ? I can see your point.
twinmom220
on 07/05/15
not upset, just disappointing for the kids who love to pop the bubbles
koalawoman
on 07/05/15
While there are many more critical issues to be concerned about, it is a little sad. Bubble wrap is so fun. Kids (big and small) usually love to pop the bubbles more than look at the gift in a box.
Dpowell2
on 07/05/15
yes
Sjkrup
on 07/05/15
SayWHATdude and 2 others liked this  
Is it recyclable? To me, that's all that matters.
Planetearthtoys
on 07/05/15
it would be perfect for sex parties!
WEBHaunting
on 07/05/15
Sevauhn liked this  
But everyone loves popping bubble wrap? This is blasphemy. D:
diva53d
on 07/05/15
Now our son won't scare the cats with the pops!
JUSTPLAINME2011
on 07/05/15
Forget the whatever you ordered....Popping the bubble wrap is THE best part of getting a package!
EldFem
on 07/05/15
Nope.
dhawkins1228
on 07/05/15
thatrandompagan liked this  
The pleasant poppability of poppable bubble wrap is particularly more popular than the potentially unpoppable bubble wrap...sealed Air will soon realize the error of its ways.
VampyDaGrouch
on 07/05/15
the apocalypse is upon us!!!!!!!
SneauxWhite
on 07/05/15
I really don't care
peechuz
on 07/05/15
lilsusz liked this  
I don't really care as long as the bubble wrap is effective.
lia685
on 07/05/15
I ship things that require bubble wrap. When they get flat the items can get damaged. I do love to pop them though.
rbrickey1
on 07/05/15
VampyDaGrouch liked this  
I made it a game at my child's latest birthday party. I gave each kid a piece and they loved it. I als use it as a reward for my middle school students. I might as well have handed them a piece of sold gold.
psycobunni
on 07/05/15
Don't know enough about it to really ake a decision
92YuyaXanime92
on 07/05/15
Both Bubble wraps will be available. Before when I thought only the non-popping one would be made I was upset. But with Both available I guess it doesn't bother me as much. But I WILL miss when something is shipped to me, to have the non-popping one wrapped with my things :(
jkmhanna39
on 07/05/15
VampyDaGrouch liked this  
I use bubble wrap to teach preschool movement activities. The stomping on the bubbles are a wonderful way to provide sensory stimulation and it is so much fun to stomp the bubbles and hear the pop. We pretend we are making pop corn. Don't change the product.
Dancer49
on 07/05/15
VampyDaGrouch liked this  
What a creative and wonderful idea! I am sure the kids must have a blast.
nancit
on 07/05/15
VampyDaGrouch liked this  
Bubble wrap is a great way to relieve stress, especially after reading some of these very negative comments made towards other people here. Really folks, if you get this upset over bubble wrap, so much that you need to bully someone over a comment on a poll on Swaybacks, you need to take a look around and remember what's really important. Wow.
atagahi
on 07/05/15
HomskoolMomof3 liked this  
I admit I like popping bubble wrap and I might think "oh darn no bubble wrap" when I get something from Amazon but I am not upset about this. There is so many more things in the world to be genuinely upset about.
GLucie
on 07/05/15
There is always ways to make them pop, I'm pretty sure someone will find ways to do it lol
mlw1ofakind
on 07/05/15
Lottieopal liked this  
blow torch, atomic bomb,drive over them with an 18 wheeler, the options are endless! :)
Victrolla16
on 07/05/15
s16100 liked this  
I wouldn't say upset, more like disappointed. I do love popping them. :)
cashcraft
on 07/05/15
I'm fine with it, but a lot of kids (and adults too) love to pop that stuff.
koalacoins
on 07/05/15
Lottieopal liked this  
And dogs! My dog loves popping bubble wrap. She even jumps on it to pop the bubbles like kids do sometimes.
koalacoins
on 07/05/15
akalinus liked this  
They are still making the popable bubble wrap so it's okay.
Eastwestpole
on 07/05/15
If something like this upsets you see a doctor.
MaxiMouse
on 07/05/15
Lottieopal liked this  
They will still be selling the original pop-able bubble wrap if you want it.
buttercup52
on 07/05/15
elleove liked this  
When the bubbles are popped, the wrap is rendered useless, so I never pop them. Never understood poppers (wasters), because I'm a re-user. ha
TheViking
on 07/05/15
geor3 and 9 others liked this  
I feel we need to let SCOTUS decide whether or not this company is actually allowed to change a product that has remained the same since its imception.

As Americans we are no longer allowed to think for ourselves or state opinions that have not been thoroughly vetted by Hollywood, Bill Maher or MSNBC.
UmmEbraheem
on 07/05/15
TheViking liked this  
I'm liking because I believe this to be sarcasm and I like sarcasm!
omglookakitty
on 07/05/15
Eastwestpole and 4 others liked this  
You're right. It sucks that things have to go through extensive processes to change! We should have had marriage for all adults years ago instead of going through a lengthy process that ended with SCOTUS. :) Also, I am glad you are weighing in on this heavy topic of bubble wrap... this is a matter of the company's freedom to change. ^^
geor3
on 07/05/15
TheViking liked this  
Why just "marriage for adults" ? It has been stated as "fact" that kids as young as 6 know what gender they want to be, and that no one should "interfere with" or "attempt to change" their choice under penalty of law. So, if a boy wants to be a girl at age 6, and vice versa, and the "psych science" people state as "fact" they are wise enough to make this decision, why cant they also get married ? After all, the "wise" age of knowing one's gender is just as important as the "wisdom" of knowing which person they "love" ! Are you bigoted against children, claiming they are too dumb to know what "science" knows ? Surely you wont refuse a 13 year old getting married, right, if they state they "love" the other person ? That would again need SCOTUS, as most states have easily changeable marriage laws, and surely it would agree with the "equality" of ALL citizens, not just a certain few by being age discriminate, as it just did in changing states laws on same sex marriage. Especially IF the above stated "fact" is true. And why wouldnt it be if "science" and some lower courts says so ! Any "science" involved in that bubble wrap question, like NOISE or NO NOISE ? Now that is a tough one !
kathy0308
on 07/05/15
Eastwestpole and 4 others liked this  
You're right. Nothing should ever change. Everything should remain in a way that makes YOU feel comfortable. If you don't like their ruling, leave. It's that simple. Don't go to Canada though. They have had the same ruling for over 10 years and I doubt they want you anyway. I hear Syria's nice this time of year. Do us all a favor and take the Westboro Baptist Church with you. Oh, and by the way- it's iNception not iMception.
VampyrePrincess
on 07/05/15
Geez...harsh much??? You've never made a spelling mistake?? The n and m are right next to each other on the keyboard. Have a little compassion. Oh and I guess you've never heard of sarcasm either. SMDFH
dalgal21
on 07/05/15
nancit and 3 others liked this  
OMG I remember back when people were allowed to think for themselves without being excoriated for having a different opinion. I suppose you do not believe in FREEDOM OF SPEACH which comes with freedom of thought!
Oh, and by the way- we really don't need the spell check police on this site either since everyone makes typo's.
Eastwestpole
on 07/05/15
I hate when both bubble wrap and satire are wasted.
TheViking
on 07/05/15
Eastwestpole liked this  
I don't think they have bubbles to pop in Syria and Canadians prefer paper packing.
Wendylj
on 07/05/15
TheViking and 1 others liked this  
We Canadians do have bubble wrap. I collect it for my 26 yr. old daughter, who is very accident prone and works in construction. Very very necessary product for this Canadian. LOL
TheViking
on 07/05/15
I'm guessing you prefer the non poppable since it would act as a floatation device.
Wendylj
on 07/05/15
I forgot to add, she gets a box of it every Xmas as a gift.
TheViking
on 07/05/15
BTW, I know how to spell inception but I was laughing so hard at your post I hit the M rather than the N. But I think you knew that.
Inktomni
on 07/05/15
Apparently, the only way to get SBs to use your question is to ask a stupid one. Now I know.
outils
on 07/05/15
i love popping buble
jane1947jg
on 07/05/15
Popping them is a great toy for kids and helps reduce stress in adults. But on the other hand one can choose not to buy the new and stay with the old.
Magesse
on 07/05/15
On the other hand, hearing someone else popping them is a great stressor in those adults who don't give themselves the freedom to play. From a bubble popper married to a bubble preserver...
kimart4974
on 07/05/15
elleove liked this  
I am undecided. I see a few ways it would benefit the environment and economy and a few ways it could hurt each also. I'll have to give this more thought before I give an intelligent answer.
Magesse
on 07/05/15
Thinkin too hard on a holiday, darlin!
nicolefreak
on 07/05/15
Remnur and 1 others liked this  
first world problems at its best :P
ahd1
on 07/05/15
HippyChick41 and 1 others liked this  
If the bubble wrap has always believed that it was unpoppable, then it has the universal right to transmogrify itself at taxpayer expense. Right?
judeh
on 07/05/15
I don't think that I'll loose sleep over it, but most people like to do that including me.
robertaasmith
on 07/05/15
For those of us who use bubble wrap for it's intended purpose, ie protecting items during shipping, non popping bubble wrap is the greatest thing ever. This means that my grandkids and SIL will no longer sit and destroy my packing supplies.
Karen726
on 07/05/15
We who are suffering this first world problem may never find another suitably satisfying stress reliever.
Sychophantom
on 07/05/15
Press it hard enough, it will pop.
swaguser14476446
on 07/05/15
DrFifi liked this  
Nothing is better than popping bubble wrap on a stressful day.
heggleston
on 07/05/15
Non-popping bubble wrap is a complete waste of time.
Diarmuid
on 07/05/15
Oh, come on! Leave well enough alone. Is there a particular advantage to having bubbles that don't pop? If there isn't, why change it? It was perfectly fine to begin with.
CeciMill
on 07/05/15
With all the troubles in the world, this certainly would not be able to upset me. To pop or not to pop, is hardly worth my time.
missgrandma
on 07/05/15
So don't care
Blingblogger
on 07/05/15
recycle mine by using them for storage. They are greatest when they don't pop for this reason :)
Chekker
on 07/05/15
Not upset. Less wasteful.
burrych
on 07/05/15
Why fix something if it's not broke. Usually new and improved is not improved at all.
swaguser33403170
on 07/05/15
Come on, what a waste of design/time/money why would someone design this? Stupid, stupid, stupid.
HallieBallie
on 07/05/15
jenb1384 liked this  
i feel like making it non poppable is probably worse for the environment...

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