Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble. That's from Shakespeare, I think. Or it might be from the smash hit feature film Practical Magic, starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as respectively responsible/prudish and carefree/bad decision making sister witches. So, yeah, this machine makes bubbles. They're filled with toil and trouble. But seller Grandin Road feels saying as much would be a poor marketing move, inhibiting parents from buying them for their children, and so they're claiming the machine pumps out fat bubbles filled with fog. Hence the name Fogger Bubble Machine.
Though splattered with the colors and imagery of Halloween, the Fogger Bubble Machine would really make for a grand addition to any party. Particularly bubble parties. The 200-watt bad boy begins churning out its precariously walled liquid spheres minutes after plug-in, and when said walls give way, they release a nifty puff of fog in addition to the standard spritz of unidentifiable slimy substance. Tabletop sized at 11" high x 10" wide, the Fogger Bubble Machine will blow atmospheric-phenomenon-filled fun for 90 minutes with its included bottle of Bubble or Fog Juice.
I wonder if I could fog-fill these bubbles for some even trippier adult fun.