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Ridikzappa 12:34 Sun Jun 23
Overdue Inventions
It’s 2019 and there are still tasks that should have been made easier by now, such as :

Brushing Teeth-
So, we are still expected to stand over a sink and rub a brush over out teeth for 2 minutes?
Why is there not some sort of device that we can stick in our mouth, whilst driving in the morning to work, that will brush our teeth.

Making Toast-
Why are we still expected to wait 2 minutes for some bread to be toasted?

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claret50 12:33 Mon Jun 24
Re: Overdue Inventions
*should have been www.mobilitysmart.co.uk

claret50 12:26 Mon Jun 24
Re: Overdue Inventions
Already been invented mate, you can get one at www.mobilitymart.co.uk

ChillTheKeel 11:22 Sun Jun 23
Re: SPLATT!
the exile 5:44

Hurrah! I may visit Oz after all.

claret on my shirt 11:18 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
boleyn8420 6:37 Sun Jun 23

very good :)

ChesterRd 11:10 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
We don't have wheelie bins where I am so I'd like a dustbin that can automatically tie the top of the black bin liner.

boleyn8420 6:37 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Claret. Why would a machine wear socks. ffs man get a grip

the exile 5:44 Sun Jun 23
Re: SPLATT!
ChillTheKeel 3:05 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Travel is still shit too, nothing has been invented yet to improve speed/time. We were more advanced in the late 60s when Concorde hit the scene.

Your wish may be coming true, Chill. A couple of months ago the US Navy published the patent for an anti-gravity craft which can travel at mind-blowing speeds. The UFO community would claim that they have had these kind of vehicles for decades and that they were reverse engineered from the craft that came down at Roswell. They are also saying that this could be the first small step towards disclosure of a whole load of unacknowledged projects that have been going on in secrecy for many years. That's a thread that would undoubtedly get short shrift on here and I'm not saying I necessarily believe it, but it's interesting. Here's the link:

https://metro.co.uk/2019/04/18/us-navy-secretly-designed-super-fast-futuristic-aircraft-resembling-ufo-documents-reveal-9246755/

jooliandix 5:09 Sun Jun 23
Re: SPLATT!
A silent wife

Alfs 4:21 Sun Jun 23
Re: SPLATT!
A thermostatically controlled butter dish that keeps butter at the perfect temperature for spreading.

ChillTheKeel 3:05 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Talking of teeth, dentists should be a thing of the past by now, fucking leeches.

Travel is still shit too, nothing has been invented yet to improve speed/time. We were more advanced in the late 60s when Concorde hit the scene.

claret on my shirt 2:49 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
a machine that puts socks on

, 2:46 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Something that will stop MO posting his repetitive drivel.

arsene york-hunt 1:58 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Electric arse washer dryer

chim chim cha boo 1:47 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
A Jennifer Aniston that just spins around and around while we look at her centrifugal tits.

geoffpikey 1:40 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Good evening.

A WHO clock.

chevy chase 8:26 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
Flux Capacitor

Mike Oxsaw 7:32 Sun Jun 23
Re: Overdue Inventions
An EU army.

I mean, if they're really (REALLY) serious about bossing us about and knowing what's best for us, you'd think that the first thing they'd do is put together a decent set of bouncers.

Cheezey Bell-End 1:31 Sun Jun 23
Re: SPLATT!
I often wondered why it took so long for suitcases with built in wheels to become common. I think it was in the 90s when I first saw one.

SPLATT! 1:08 Sun Jun 23
SPLATT!
An Auto-SPLATT! BOT is long overdue.





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