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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    Haha that's not what I'm saying!

    There are these little gel packs that you can buy for kids with fevers or just anyone out in the heat. They're called b cool or something like that and I was saying Tou could develop some sort of inner layer pocket thing inside the sleeping back to put something like that

    Or I guess you could just wear one of those patches

    But hey maybe there should be a sleeping bag that plugs in like an electric blanket but instead of warming you up it cools you down.

    Is there something like that?
    Yeah, I was just kidding.

    I didn't know about those packs. I looked them up and they are expensive for the size. Maybe they are like the handwarmers and the price would go down as they are mass produced. If they are reusable, my thought would be to just build the sleeping bag out of one big one.

    As a side note, I couldn't help but wonder what my camping mates would think of me getting ready to go to bed by sticking a hundred of those Mickey Mouse fever patches all over myself. I get teased enough with my battery powered fan.


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    Theyll likely think you're genius!

    It's a fantastic idea!
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Bread, socks, that cotton machine, toaster oven, light bulbs, cars, engines, computers. There are ALOT of things I havnt invented. I may be way off...I never read the OP.
    Im out, its been fun

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    I 'invented' shoes that you could attach roller blades or wheels or cleats or an ice skating blade to. I'm a big fan of utility.

    I do hold a patent, but it's for something much, much more mundane than your fancypants "sky lawnmowers" and "sheets that prevent you from getting stabbed"

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    Toast that butters itself.

    Trousers that wear themselves.

    An automated teller machine that becomes pissed off when YOU are out of order.

    A machine that removes the sweetcorn from the cob so I dont have to hurt my teeth.

    Hot ice-cream.

    Sweet Lemons.

    Young people's retirement home's.

    Tickets that induce a charge against parking ticket writers.

    Speed cameras that measure the speed of the other speed cameras to make sure they are fast enough to actually capture things accurately.

    Self-cleaning dogs.

    Some kind of electronically charged microchip that gives out an electric shock everytime someone does something stupid, which means all of us...everywhere would be constantly shocked all the time.

    Anti-viagra.....for kids to play pranks on their middle-aged father's with.

    A paradox-correcting timecode that can only be used to go back 1 minute to alter something idiotic that you might have said or done.
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    "Suppose it didn't," said Pooh, after careful thought.
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    Wow, lots of people are having trouble mowing their lawns.

    I have (not) invented a bean bag that sticks to the back of a telephone receiver so that when you need to go hands free and hold the receiver between your chin and shoulder, it doesn't slip. I thought it could be licensed to have cartoon characters and sports teams and Hello Kitty and all that nonsense on it too.
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    Peanut better and jolly sandwiches.

    Special sandwiches that cure diseases and make you laugh.

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    I invented The Grand Arcanum of Philosophical Cosmology – Achieving Infinite Mastery of Creation.

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    Self-peeling oranges

    Automatic dusting shelves

    Something that will scratch your itches in hard-to-reach or embarrasing spots without anyone noticing
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