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Adrenaline watch

wakey wakey....dont play with snakey...
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When you really have to wake up for something important, Put your adrenaline wrist watch on and set the alarm. At the set time it will inject adrenaline into your bloodstream and wake you up with a sudden jolt of excitemement.

I dont know if this idea has been baked, or even half baked. didnt seem to find it anywhere.

shinobi, Jul 02 2006


       I think the needle would be the first thing to wake me up.
BJS, Jul 02 2006

       [BJS] is right, but I'm going to bun this anyway. Now, where's that snooze control... ?
pertinax, Jul 03 2006

       maybe a time release pill that you swallow and 8 hours or so after ingestion releases something
lostmind, Jul 03 2006

       Would there be a function on the watch to allow for an adrenaline boost that you could activate whenever you thought that you would need one, by chance?
Gallus, Jul 03 2006

       Sometimes I wake up from dreams this way , but it's kind of scary....but it's still a good idea. +
xandram, Jul 03 2006

       Load it with anything you like. A small shot of DMT would make an interesting breakfast.
wagster, Jul 03 2006


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