HATE the self-flushing toilets. There is nothing worse than having to jump into the air when a toilet flushes with you on it. And if you don't jump, yeah, you guessed, it becomes a bidet. So disgusting.
I also hate the faucets with sensors on them--apparently I am a vampire that the faucets don't recognize. The only invention worse that that is the faucet that has the spring-action knob. So you can only wash ONE HAND AT A TIME. I want to punch whomever invented that in the throat.
My school has a good solution to the faucet dilemma. After you turn the water on to the temperature you want, the knobs stay there for about thirty seconds, then automatically turn off. Gives you enough time to rinse the soap off, and not have to touch the knobs afterward.
I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.
So I'm sitting here watching a carousel and I can't help but notice....
Children approach carousels with all this expectation and imagination in there eyes right. Like OMG I must sit on that ostrich and spin in wonderful bliss.
Then they get on the carousel and either look incredibly bored or maybe a little scared. Disappointed by the view from the inside out and just boringly gliding in circles.
Anyway so here is my idea. They should put pokers or little things that come out and randomly distribute subtle shocks to the children. Just think of the joyful anticipation of when the next zing is comming. But it doesn't necessarily have to be that either, you could have marrionettes randomly fall in front of the childrens faces then spring back up into the ceiling or something interesting like that.