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Desktop Pram

With toys
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Had a bad day? Want to make a point? Want to make sure no one forgets?

I propose a small desktop pram containing toys all under USB control (of course). Whilst scanning your email, documents, powerpoints and spreadsheets, MS Pram Wizard pops up.

"I notice you are having a bad day. Do you want to throw toys now?"

Cancel is greyed out.

DenholmRicshaw, Sep 22 2007

http://mirror-us-ga...-calm-down-ANON.jpg [2 fries shy of a happy meal, Sep 23 2007]

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       <hammers teddy bear>   

       :)
po, Sep 22 2007
  

       I think this should have a stress sensor (bluetooth of course) attached to you and should automatically throw the toys Buckaroo style when a certain level of agitation has been reached, providing a little comic relief.
marklar, Sep 23 2007
  

       PC users get stress toys now? silly. bun anyways. +
k_sra, Sep 23 2007
  

       A throw toys "at target" option would be nice, i.e the ability to program coordinates so that toys are thrown in a certain direction - e.g. towards my annoying co-worker.
flynn, Sep 26 2007
  

       I like this idea. The toys would all have to be on long pieces of string so that, as your mood improved, they could be reeled back into the pram.
hippo, Sep 26 2007
  

       pffftt....i throw real toys. A fun idea, but I think I'll be a dick and bone it for tying it to an MS Wizard. <Clippy flashback>
Noexit, Sep 28 2007
  
      
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