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The Wrap It Up Box

Wrap It Up Box

The folks at Spikenzie Labs took a page from the brilliant Dave Chappelle’s book and made a real-life “Wrap It Up” box, with detailed build instructions.

The Wrap it Up Box is from a sketch on the Dave Chapelle show. It is a box that plays “award show wrap it up” music and flashes the message “WRAP IT UP”, it is used to let guests know that it is time to “Wrap it Up” and get off the stage.

Here it is in action:

And I can only hope this means that somewhere, someone is brewing up a vat of Samuel Jackson beer.


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2 Comments

  1. It’s called a speaker timer. http://www.dsan.com/SpeakTimers/SpeakTimers.asp

  2. This is awesome – can I buy an assembled version? 🙂

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