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Custard Couch

As I find beanbags too irritating
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Beanbags are far too irritating. They make a little crunching noise when you move on them, and they have no form... Sure, they're great for playing video games for a few minutes, but I prefer something harder, not as hard as a couch, so how about...

Custard couches.

Using the special properties of custard, as it hardens/solidifies on impacts, etc, a couch or beanbag made out of plastic with custard inside would be perfect! No sound when you move, it forms to your body shape, and it hardens when you sit on it!
Perfect!

froglet, Apr 05 2006

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       Although I'm not too sure as to when the custard would need changing...
froglet, Apr 05 2006
  

       Custard only really hardens on a sudden impact rather than a slowly applied one - the most likely scenario with this would be that I jump on it, break my spine and then get slowly absorbed into it - vanishing without a trace.
fridge duck, Apr 05 2006
  

       Funny, I just got a premoniton of my death.
hidden truths, Apr 05 2006
  

       /not as hard as a couch/   

       Oh, heavens no.
Texticle, Apr 06 2006
  

       Fill the bag with mice. They would move about and make themselves comfortable and in doing so would make you comfortable as well as massaged
Captain_Ignorant, Apr 06 2006
  

       Cockroaches.
hippo, Apr 06 2006
  

       Cockroaches writhing in custard.
skinflaps, Apr 06 2006
  

       The custard couch should have a spigot for direct feed.
Spacecoyote, Dec 20 2008
  
      
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