10 amazing neat things you should know before you die about the history of adhesives in a cool timeline

This post will never go viral because I couldn’t figure out how to embed the link to my cool timeline properly. Darnit! I think it’s because I have a wordpress dot com site instead of a wordpress dot org site (again). Still, the link below seems to work—so click on it! Yeah! The world would fall apart without glue (except for the bits held together with staples and rivets) so it’s important to know stuff about it. Here are ten thrilling bits from the history of adhesives. Read on, and revel in your newfound ability to impress people at parties.

http://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline/latest/embed/index.html?source=0AryGBJbD_pYYdEdlS2EzMlBuYVl0MTliV3UxNWN5ZHc&font=Bevan-PotanoSans&maptype=toner&lang=en&height=650

Further reading for the super-keen below. But look at my timeline first, you bastards, I spent ages on it.

A vaguely sexist advertisement from the amazing neat history of adhesives

A vaguely sexist advertisement from the amazing neat history of adhesives

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