Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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The phrase 'crumpled heap' comes to mind.

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Screaming Chair Weight Tuner

Weight loss motivator.
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Chair is also a covert electronic scale. Could be an easy chair or a wooden chair the style is not important. The chair has an amplification system and a loud speaker built into it.

When an individual sits on the chair their weight is measured and an equivalent startling scream of pain or misery is let out. Volume determined based on weight.

Long term exposure = weight loss motivation.

"Every time I sit on that chair John it screams at me, I must be a fat ass I have to do something!"

vfrackis, Mar 04 2009


       Chairs with the weight displayed on the back of the backrest, in large LCD numbers. Situated in public like on subways and waiting rooms. Just thinking aloud.
gonzola, Mar 04 2009

       I like that idea too. Mr. Gonzola
vfrackis, Mar 04 2009

       I'm reminded of that talking bathroom scale from Garfield.
Veho, Mar 05 2009

       One at a time, please.
Spacecoyote, Mar 05 2009

       For your current weight the ideal height would be twenty feet.
Veho, Mar 05 2009

       this is a chair not a parking space
FlyingToaster, Mar 05 2009

       I think it should be coupled with time logging which alerts users who don't get up frequently enough to keep their blood moving properly. [+]
vincevincevince, Mar 05 2009

       No Coach Parties.   

       (Someone had to say it).
eight_nine_tortoise, Mar 05 2009

       Given the sensors usually used for those purposes, there's also plenty of room for acute discomfort.
Spacecoyote, Mar 05 2009


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