Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Cartoon Bed

boing boing boing
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In cartoons, springs are capable of making a laughable type of exaggerated "boing" sound. I have never heard the equivalent sound emerging from a real spring, no matter what is done to it.

However, there is no reason why this sound cannot be manifest using simple pre-recorded/speaker technology.

Combined with a basic triggering mechanism it should be quite easy to create a bed that emits a sustained "boing" sound. For me the best time for this would be when flopping down on it after a hard day's work.

xenzag, May 28 2012


       That would also be the best time for it to fold up on you like a venus flytrap. +
DrBob, May 28 2012

       It is a delightful sound, that. I believe it was the inspiration behind the naming of an airplane manufacturer, inspired by the sound their airplanes make when landing (although, if true, the name is another colossal spelling FAIL) --- but I digress, sort of. Infinitely bunworthy. [+]
Grogster, May 28 2012

       Wrong. The name is Boeing... (Which, ironically, is wrong)
Grogster, May 28 2012

       "Ug, Mickey and Minnie are at it again!"
doctorremulac3, May 29 2012

       Jack in the bed.
skinflaps, May 30 2012

       It's not a bad bed... it's just drawn that way.   


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