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singing moving shower head.

Automatic washing shower.
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Ever felt like you couldn't be bothered to get showered?

Why not invent a shower head which acts as a radio...and an automated washer.

The idea uses the same method as the 'robot' arms which make cars. This will be programmed to wash you, so you don't have to.

This idea will make lazy fat people even lazier.

You know you want this...Bun me now ;)

ScottyB-WF4, Oct 07 2008

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       ... What would we achieve making people lazier?
Thomasunde, Oct 07 2008
  

       Thomasunde how can you say that??   

       You posted an idea for 13 to be the new 18...sicko.
ScottyB-WF4, Oct 07 2008
  

       //You know you want this...Bun me now ;)//
Something fishy here...
coprocephalous, Oct 07 2008
  

       Scotty, it ain't necessarily a bad idea but you have to sell it more effectively if you want anything but fishbones.   

       F'rinstance, rather that saying 'why not invent...?' you need to put in a bit of the mental legwork yourself and come up with some detail. We don't expect you to provide a detailed schematic, but you should describe the shower a little - what features does it have? What do the 'robot arms' actually do? Are there multiple shower heads? Are some of the arms equipped with flannels, sponges or loofahs? Do they dispense soap, shampoo or shower gel? Does the device air-dry you when you're clean? Why is there a radio, etc. etc.   

       Additionally, by saying 'This idea will make lazy fat people even lazier' you're inviting a torrent of fishbones. Why would we want to make fat people lazier (and, therefore, even fatter, less healthy and more likely to become a burden to the state and a drain on our economy)? Think about ways to sell the idea on its advantages.   

       Another f'rinstance: an automated shower could help the disabled and infirm wash themselves more effectively. Those with limited mobility can't reach the areas that need to be cleaned, so an automated shower could improve their quality of life.   

       Think about it dude.
sambwiches, Oct 07 2008
  

       ...and then what about lazy, skinny people? I'm a bit plump, but feel insulted to think that one's weight would denote *laziness*! [-]
xandram, Oct 07 2008
  

       Wake up you exomorphs! [ScottyB-WF4] is [Thomasunde].   

       //Ever felt like you couldn't be bothered to get showered?// Only when I was thirteen and wishing I could drink, vomit, and not have to shower the next morning...   

       I enjoy showering now. I lather, and exfoliate. I practice my positive affirmations, I prepare for my day, and the forthcoming tomorrow. Something you teenages don't understand.   

       Quick! Conscript [ThomScotty] while he still knows everthing....
4whom, Oct 07 2008
  

       I can't be arsed figuring out which is which, exo or endomorph... what does that make me ?
FlyingToaster, Oct 08 2008
  

       uh ... a toaster that flies?
Canuck, Oct 08 2008
  

       No. Me and Scotty B are different people. My name is Thomas Sunderland. His name is Scott Bowers and if anyone else says differently, they're stupid.
Thomasunde, Oct 08 2008
  

       'Ever feel like you couldn't be bothered to get showered?'   

       No, not really.
RayfordSteele, Oct 09 2008
  
      
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