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For the contestant in BFDI Mini, see Glue (character).
Snow plus gasoline, equals GLUE!
 

Glue is a sticky type of liquid that has made various appearances in BFDI. It can be made by mixing snow with gasoline. It seems to be very strong, as contestants have been trapped in the glue and unable to escape. There is more than one variety of glue, as when Blocky used glue in Lick Your Way To Freedom it was different in color to what had appeared in previous episodes.

Appearances

In "Get in the Van", glue was formed in the FreeSmart Van because of all the FreeSmart members (except Pencil) having snowball fights in the van. The snow ended up in the gasoline tank, and as a result, it mixed with the gasoline and made glue. The glue began coming out of the tailpipe, leaving a trail of it behind the van.

It caused the HPRC to get stuck in Yoyleland by the parameters of Yoyle City. It also got Pin and Yellow Face stuck to a point where they were unable to move, and they had to die and be recovered to become unstuck.

In "Lick Your Way to Freedom", glue appears as white craft glue. Blocky was putting the glue on a piece of paper, until Grassy started talking to him. It is currently unknown what that piece of paper was for.

While the glue doesn't directly appear in "Questions Answered", it is mentioned briefly by Donut when he asks the contestants how glue is made.

In "X Marks the Spot", Coiny tried to use glue to stick X to the ground to prevent X from being stolen.

Trivia

  • As of now, the only way to escape from the glue is to die and then get revived at a recovery center.
  • The glue appears to be permanent as the HPRC was still glued to the ground three years after it got glued there.
  • The white craft glue looks like Elmer's Glue.
  • For whatever reason, the glue is gray (or stardust, as seen in BFDIA 5c) instead of white, like normal glue.
  • In the real world, snow and gasoline do not produce glue when mixed together. Water and gasoline are insoluble.[1]

Gallery

References

  1. http://www.mendelset.com/articles/689/properties_hydrocarbons

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