My cousin who lives in Japan was my secret santa this year. When I first received this gift, I had no idea what it was. When I eventually found out that it was an infinite bubble wrap simulator. Shortly afterwards, I realized it makes a peculiar sound after clicking it fifty times or so. So, as opposed to just manually clicking it to hear the sounds, I determined it would be far more ridiculous to wire the device to an automatic trigger.
The breadboard has a 555 timer that triggers the transistor to let voltage from the positive lead of the clicker to the negative lead. I used a sufficient resistor so the voltage going across the transistor did not exceed the 3v that the clicker output. Turning the pulse interval too high causes the clicker to not trigger.