It was preordained by the fad gods. After cheating death for months, it seems the fidget spinner will finally be sacrificed at the altar of The Phone, its natural foe.
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After transitioning from an obscure curiosity to a ubiquitous annoyance in record time, fidget spinners finally completed the 21st century novelty toy cycle this month, becoming something that could potentially burn down your house. According to local news reports, at least two Bluetooth-enabled spinners have now burst into flames while charging, may God have mercy on us all.
You may be sick of hearing about fidget spinners by now, but that's too bad. The toy is still blowing up on YouTube, where content creators are playing an Agar.io-inspired game called spinz.io for millions of fans. The game has only been out for a couple of weeks, but there are already over 260,000 videos dedicated to it.