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Bill Anderson's Apron
Apron

Origin

Bill Anderson

Type

Apron

Effects

Twists objects into impossible configurations

Downsides

Loss of concentration causes the last position to solidify

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Food-888A

Aisle

510516-7323

Shelf

379765-1042-926

Date of Collection

April 13, 1961

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OriginEdit

Though it was to be H.K. Anderson who started the famous pretzel and snack food company, it was his father Bill who started the creation of these pretzels in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

EffectsEdit

As he would twist and turn the dough, the wearer of his apron can twist, stretch, and skew any thing that they focus on, to impossible shapes and sizes. However, breaking concentration stops the elasticity of the contorted objects, and they are stuck in the position last left in if possible. If it is structurally impossible for them to exist in such positions, natural deconstruction of the joints occurs. Works just as well on humans as on inanimate objects, unfortunately.

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