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Chocolate-Filled Waterbed

Sink yourself into one.
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Chocolate melts at a point just below body temperature. A waterbed filled with chocolate would start off flat, and slowly react to the person laying in it, melting and conforming to the persons body.

At the end of the night's sleep, a heating unit below the bed would heat up the chocolate to melting point, thereby flattening the impression left, making the bed ready for the next night.

Cedar Park, Oct 25 2005

Toblerone Pillows http://www.depthai....ibitorid=48&lang=en
[ConsulFlaminicus, Oct 25 2005]

How Tempurpedic Works http://www.tempurpe...mpurcmsvb/material/
Not chocolate, but it might as well be. [DrCurry, Oct 25 2005]

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       The last thing I need is a tiny hole in my bed attracting an army of ants right to where I sleep at night...
BlueSapph, Oct 25 2005
  

       Bags-not the Toblerone pillow.
Adze, Oct 25 2005
  

       A half-baked approach to be sure, but this is exactly the mechanism of Tempurpedic beds: they react to your body heat to let you sink in.
DrCurry, Oct 25 2005
  


 

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