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Diet Coke and Mentos guys switch to Post-it notes

The famous duo Eepy Bird has released a new set of videos showcasing the artistry that can come from 280,000 of the sticky pieces of paper.

The famous duo, Eepy Bird, have moved on to Post-it notes after gaining worldwide notoriety with their exhibitions of Diet Coke and Mentos fountains. Eepy Bird

As reported by my colleague Greg Sandoval in July, the Eepy Bird guys--you know, the fellows who have gained worldwide fame by dropping Mentos into Diet Coke--have decided to move on from explosive sweets.

Instead, the pair have decided to work in the Post-it notes milieu for now, and as such, they've released a couple of new videos showcasing exactly how the little sticky pieces of paper can be transformed into what amounts to colorful Slinkys.

And frankly, I never knew that the utilitarian notepads could be so much fun.

EepyBird's Sticky Note experiment from Eepybird on Vimeo.

The new videos have been released as part of a promotion in conjunction with the ABC Family network show, Samurai Girl.

What the connection between the two is, I have no idea. Suffice it to say that the Eepy Bird guys--Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe--who I can attest from personal experience are very nice, despite their fame, have used 280,000 of the little pieces of paper to take the Post-it notes community by storm.

And while this isn't quite as fun as bouncing hundreds of thousands of bouncy balls down San Francisco hills, it's still a kick.

And now? We wait for the inevitable imitators. You know, like, "Leave Post-it notes alone!"