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Automatic Applause Machine

For when you're feeling bad.
 
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What I have in mind is this. Whenever you do something that no-one cares about or that is important to only you, use this. It will emit applause, ranging from golf-clap to a standing ovation. This could also be handy if you have a child of 7 or 8 who is learning to play an instrument such as the clarinet and sounds like a dying duck with a sinus infection, you can say "good job" and the applause machine will kick in, making the day happier.
craziness, Mar 31 2006


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       Baked. If you can bear it, try listening to a State of the Union address.
normzone, Mar 31 2006
  

       Seems like a nice ego-booster.. market in rehabs? Only problem would be knowing when to start applauding... +
S1, Mar 31 2006
  

       <.......Applause.......>
methinksnot, Mar 31 2006
  

       Could build this into Microsoft Word -- if the spell check finds no errors, you get a round of applause.
phundug, Mar 31 2006
  

       nice one dug.
craziness, Apr 01 2006
  

       This is a good idea...
the fiddler, Apr 03 2006
  

       ::clap clap:: Hooray! ::clap clap:: Whoo! Good job!   

       I like it.
notmarkflynn, Apr 04 2006
  

       Claptrap.
ConsulFlaminicus, Apr 04 2006
  

       [dug] Better yet, build it into the HB.
the fiddler, Apr 06 2006
  


 

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