Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
h a l f b a k e r y
"It would work, if you can find alternatives to each of the steps involved in this process."

idea: add, search, annotate, link, view, overview, recent, by name, random

meta: news, help, about, links, report a problem

account: browse anonymously, or get an account and write.

user:
pass:
register,


                                 

Massage Suit

Water Messages While You Watch TV!
  (+5, -1)
(+5, -1)
  [vote for,
against]

This suit is made of a plastic similar to that of a bubble chair. Their is a little metal box which sits next to you, and fills the suit with warm water. Once the suit is filled (the suit stops and seals at your neck), the metal box begins the circulation of the water. The box also has many little tubes running out of it, connecting to different parts of the suit, thus creating a hot tub effect, or a message. It would very versatile so you can sleep, watch tv, or do whatever while wearing this revolutionary suit.
gregkerry, Jun 04 2002

What's an Organic LED? http://www.chipcent...ger/akruger049.html
Well "suited" for applications requiring flexibility. [half, Jun 05 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Blatantly stolen from a Simpsons episode. http://www.snpp.com/episodes/2F17.html
"I can't hear you, I'm wearing a jacuzzi suit." [StarChaser, Jun 05 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

The Medium is the Massage http://encarta.msn....ise.asp?ti=04FD4000
McLuhan would have favored either a slightly more intelligent version of this idea or a slightly more psychedelic version of the same. He really wasn't much for mechanical solutions. [jurist, Jun 05 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

[link]






       LOL   

       do you perhaps mean Massage?
yamahito, Jun 04 2002
  

       The massage suit sounds faintly workable. Watch out for other suits arising from the //seals at your neck// part.   

       A "message" suit completely covered with a matrix of organic LED's could really be something. Instant color change, messages, patterns, etc. Sounds like a better idea than a massage suit to me.
half, Jun 05 2002
  

       *L*aughing
*O*ut
*L*oud
  

       Used a lot in chat rooms. It can be used in many different ways too:
Noun - "Would you look at her 'lol'? It looks soo stupid."
Verb - "I bet <insert name> would lol if he saw this!"
Adj. - "That LOL man, he just makes me lol"
  

       There are even a couple of variations on this:
rotflol - rolling on the floor laughing out loud
lmao - laughing my a$$ off
rotflmao - rolling on the floor laughing my a$$ off
I'm sure there are a couple of others, but it's late for me and the children are asleep, so I bid you adeiu (sorry if thats spelled incorrectly, I never took whatever lang. that is.)
  

       BTW, Hope this helps.
barnzenen, Jun 05 2002
  

       "Captain, we've located the source of the AOL speak. Shall we move in?"
phoenix, Jun 05 2002
  

       "The best diplomat that I know is a fully-loaded phaser bank."
-- Lt. Cdr. Montgomery Scott -- Star Trek/A Taste of Armageddon
thumbwax, Jun 05 2002
  

       I'd love one of these babies. It would be even better with fish in it. Eels perhaps.
stupop, Jun 05 2002
  

       // ...try putting this in the product or home catagories. //   

       yama... *categories* Physician, heal thyself.   

       This idea is a good example of why I don't use spell checkers.
waugsqueke, Jun 05 2002
  

       Or should that be physicist heal thyself?   

       Fixed.
yamahito, Jun 05 2002
  

       Where does the 'little metal box' get its water from? Presumeably it's compressed inside....   

       I'm always impressed by the obligatory 'little box'.
drew, Jun 05 2002
  

       I was on AOL 5 years ago, switched ISP's and vowed never to go back. It was good for me then, since I was a beginner and all, but now that I know a little more about the web then your average joe I don't think I could stomach it again. I still contend that AOL is a good stepping stone if you are computer illiterate, like my father/mother/brothers/sister/dog(who is now dead)/cat(who is also squished in the great road of life)/goldfish(who is also floating belly-up in the great bowl in the sky)/wife/or many of the people I work with. Not saying that all those mentioned above have the computer IQ of a dead cat/dog/goldfish, just saying that they act like it.
barnzenen, Jun 05 2002
  

       barnz: are you advocating the use of AOL for the deceased? This could revolutionize the paranormal...
yamahito, Jun 05 2002
  

       bliss: nah. If they're in heaven, they won't be able to get AOL. If they're in hell, why torture them any more?
yamahito, Jun 05 2002
  

       And anyway, why would they need dail-up? They are in the afterlife, they can get whatever they want.
barnzenen, Jun 06 2002
  
      
[annotate]
  


 

back: main index

business  computer  culture  fashion  food  halfbakery  home  other  product  public  science  sport  vehicle