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Inventions For Laziness

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Inventions For Laziness
Problem:
People decided to make inventions that were able to let lazy people do less work.
Inventions include:
Teapot pourer
Star gazing chair
Automatic ball thrower
Motorized Ice cream cone
And more
Motorized Ice Cream Cone
~Does a lot of help for lazy people
~Would have to twist the whole cone to lick the ice cream
~Motorized ice cream cone twists around for you
Easy Bed Maker
~Selfy the Easybed makes bed for you
~Hospital bed corners
~Don't need to do it yourself
By: Chloe Smith and Anj B
People are getting lazier and lazier every year and inventions have to catch up to us.
Solution:
Snowball Maker
~Perfect idea for a lazy snowball fight
~Insert some snow in the snowball maker
~Then throw snowball
~Can be found in many local stores
~ Might seem odd, snowball fights aren't something lazy people do
~ Sales are quite high
This product is not yet popular, but will soon shoot up in sales
~Some inventions lazy, what about escalators?
~In future lots of inventions may be common like escalators
~Never think of it as lazy
~Moving stairs so that you don't have to walk
Bibliography:
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2013.

"24 Must-have Gadgets for the Laziest People on Earth." MsnNOW. N.p.,
n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2013.

"Charts Showing Just How Much Americans Work Compared to the French,
Germans and Chinese Are Very Interesting." The Blaze. N.p., n.d. Web.
15 Nov. 2013.

"From Flip-Flop Mops to Motorized Ice Cream Cones." TrendHunter.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2013.

Staff, LiveScience. "Lazy? Your Genes may Be to Blame."Livescience. TechMedia
Network, 8 Apr 2013. Web. 31 Mar 2014.

"The 10 Greatest Inventions For Lazy People | Complex." Complex.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2013.

Weeks, Linton. "Lazy In America: An Incomplete Social History." NPR. NPR, n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2013.




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