Hi! First dumb question of the week. I've seen Ping Pong balls used as eyes - whole ones, in this case. I read that a small hole is made in the ball, then an toy eye is pushed into it and glued in. Now, I was thinking that this would make the stem of the eye jam into the back of the hand? So I wondered if I had it wrong. Take a look at this sketch: Now, if the toy eye or doll joint has a serrated / ribbed stem, then drilling a hole in the ping pong ball slightly smaller than the stem should grip the sides of the hole much like the proper gripper would (Image A). Making a hole roughly the size of the toy eye in the bottom of the ping pong ball to then glue in the toy eye, stem outward to accept the gripper part (Image B). A would not impinge on the hand, and could be reinforced with glue. B seems like it could crush the ball trying to put enough force on the ball to push the stem into the gripper. So am I missing something? If there's a video online I've missed, or if someone could post a pic or something I'd be much abliged! Thanks for reading, Coz.