The term "breadboard" dates back to the early days of electronics design, where experiments were laid out with hammer and nails on actual bread (cutting) boards plucked from the kitchen. Don't try this at home! (unless you live alone or have extremely
Here's a little fuzz I knocked out on some reclaimed pallet wood:
So, next time you realize you've consumed the last of your perf or your "breadboard" is so important that you can't bear to tear it down yet, remember, all is not lost.
I suggest a flux for the pins/nails as they do not take to solder that well. Also, keep in mind that there are essentially small antennas all over the circuit, making them pretty adept at picking up radio.