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Seriously Why Did We Not Think of This Sooner? (33 pics + 3 gifs)

Posted in Picdumps   6 Apr 2015   / 13467 views

These awesome inventions will change our lives forever and we need them now!


Movie theaters with screens in the bathroom so you don’t miss anything.

360 degree wall outlets.

This app that unsubscribes you from spam mail by simply taking a picture of it.

Even better if the theater has bean bag seats.

A pen that lets you scan and write in any color.

Wall outlets with USB chargers.

It should also come with a built-in night light.

And the ultimate outlet would also have extension cords built into the wall.

Small tiles you can attach to your keys, wallet, computer, or pretty much anything. If you lose anything, you can then look up their location on your smartphone.

Fresh pizza vending machines.

Benches that you can turn to always have a dry seat.

Power strips that you can expand and rotate.

Mug that catches any drips.

Parking garages with lights showing open spaces.

Stairs with slides.

Supermarkets with build your own 12-packs of soda.

Magnetic light switch covers.

How to stop littering.

Where was this when I was in school?

Device that charges your phone from hot or cold drinks.

Or this solar powered charger.

Water fountains with built-in water bottle filling station.

Subways where you can pay by recycling.

Device to lift the Pringles up.

A fun way to clean.

A hair brush that is easy to clean.

Earbuds that won't tangle.

USB rechargeable batteries.

Packing tape that is easy to open.

Bike racks that don't take up sidewalk space.

Caution signs that are funny.

Traffic lights with countdown indicators.

Pizza carriers.

A bike helmet that folds up.

Comments (2):

Fnarget 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#34 I recently visited a European country where all the lights had something like this. Not a circle but one of the lights simply had a countdown, both until green and how long it would stay green once active.
ArxFerrum 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#2 - Saw this basic concept (extended parallel lines rather than square) in the US Army in the early 1970s...
#6 - Excellent idea!
#10 - Sorry, that ain't nowhere near 'fresh pizza'!
#15 - Saw this one before, too... in Baltimore (I think) circa 1972/73.