Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Sleep Deprivation Trainer

The advantages of a baby without the disadvantages.
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After I had kids, I noticed it was much easier to function on very little sleep in other aspects of life. Evidently I had been trained by the constant need to wake up and take care of a baby at all hours of the day or night. Not just wake up, but wake up and function for a variety of tasks. What is needed is a device that provides you with all the advantages of babies, like no sleep and stuff, without the disadvantages, like having to talk to them, play with them, teach them and wait for them to grow up. This could be accomplished with a device that is not at all baby- like, but wakes you up at all hours and forces you to clean up a mess or attach oddly shaped items to an armature. Stuff like that. Then you can take the red-eye flight to a meeting and still function after getting off the plane because you had been trained to do this by constant sleep interruption from this device.
riromero, Jun 08 2015

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       You walked into the meeting like you were walking onto a yacht Your hat strategically dipped below one eye Your scarf it was apricot You had one eye on the mirror as you watched your blood shot sleep deprived eyeballs roll up
popbottle, Jun 09 2015
  

       Its called halfbakery
pashute, Jun 09 2015
  

       // advantages of a baby //   

       You wanna run that one by us again ?
8th of 7, Jun 09 2015
  
      
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