I was recently afforded the opportunity to experience the world’s fastest commuter train while on a layover in Shanghai. I sat back and watched the Chinese scenery fly by at speeds of nearly 250 miles per hour. All the while my mind was thoroughly blown by the technology at play. You see, this particular train didn’t touch the track at all. It floated. Using magnets. I couldn’t stop thinking about magnets, and of course that got me thinking about magnet tattoos.
If you find yourself with a layover at Shanghai’s Pudong Airport (which I lovingly refer to as Fecespenis International), you should consider taking a ride on this amazing train. It will drop you off at totally busted mall with a McDonalds and KFC. Here you can find endless hours of entertainment at Brave Baby Sport Club, a daycare featuring fully motorized playground equipment and spectator seating. There is nothing more entertaining than watching a Chinese baby fly off a motorized swing. For your convenience, claw machines filled with nothing but cigarettes are available very near the entrance.
Don’t you wish you knew how magnets worked? We do too. Maybe these tattoos could inspire you to become the scientist that figures it out.