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Self Stirring Coffee Mug. Just in case you're too busy to even stir your coffee. Hee.
Self-stirring coffee mug?! This is the coolest/laziest thing I have ever seen! $18.99
Battery Operated Auto-Stir Coffee Mug - Mixes Your Coffee, Cream & Sugar!
Self-Stirring Coffee Mug: Necessary or Ridiculous? - Viewpoints Articles
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Self-stirring coffee mug. http://www.stirringmug.com/
Self Stirring Coffee Mug - Stainless steel
Stirs coffee without a spoon
Toilet Shaped Mug... umm, drinking brown liquid ??
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Hilarious Toilet Shaped Mug Cup I don't know who I would buy this for, but certainly someone I know needs this in their life!
Hilarious Toilet Shaped Mug Cup - this is gross, but it would be a perfect gag gift for Tony
Hilarious Toilet Shaped Mug Cup almost bought this as a gag gift for Christmas
Toilet Bowl Tea Cup. Good way to have a laugh in the morning
Hilarious Toilet Shaped Mug Cup. Great gag gift idea!
toilet-shaped coffee mug! ewwwww!
Toilet #Tea Cup, NO! Just Wrong!
Hilarious Toilet Shaped tea Cup
Baby Cage Does your baby take up too much space? Is it too stinky? Thankfully, there's this baby cage that allows you to suspend it out your window!...who would buy this?
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The Portable Baby Cage (1923) "The benefits were said to be fresh air for the child, room to play with toys and another place for children to sleep."
Bizarre: A nanny is pictured supervising a baby suspended in a wire cage attached to the outside of a flat window in Chelsea, 1937. The benefits were said to include fresh air for the child, room to play with toys and another place for children to sleep || The unspoken question: Did "Baby Cages" fall out of favor because babies started falling out of cages...????
A baby is suspended in a wire cage attached to the outside of a high tenement block window. The cages were distributed to members Of The Chelsea Baby Club in London who had no gardens. 1930's
Can't even imagine doing this!! A baby suspended in a wire cage attached to the outside of a flat window in Chelsea, 1937.-D
A nanny is pictured supervising a baby suspended in a wire cage attached to the outside of a flat window in Chelsea, 1937. The benefits were said to include fresh air for the child, room to play with toys and another place for children to sleep...
British parenting history. Baby cages were used to give baby fresh air from small high rise apartments.
childrens book about a bear that lives in a high rise flat - Google Search
baby cages - Google Search
Dog Restrainer If you're not trying to cut your dog in half, you have no business using this device. What's wrong with a good, old-fashioned leash?
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Dog Restrainer, 1940 | ridiculous invention | LIFE magazine | vintage black & white photography | leash | lead | sit down | wait | hold on | mans best friend
Dog Restrainer, 1940. This would be hilarious on Scraps, he'd just lick it to death.
Dog Restrainer, 1940 | ridiculous invention | LIFE magazine
Dog Restrainer, 1940.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
stupid Inventions Of 19th century | oldShotsWorld
Strange inventions from the past...dog restrainer
Dog restrainer from -1940´s
dog restrainer, 1940
Cigarette Rain Guard Because sometimes it's raining so hard that even your cigarette needs an umbrella.
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Cigarette Umbrella This 1930s cigarette case and umbrella were designed for the precipitation-bound puffer. Modern Mechanix digs up the design specs.
Cigarette Umbrella Smoking may be passé today, but in 1931 it was just a normal part of life. As such, it was fraught with dangers like cigarettes that got soggy in the rain. A circus clown came up with this crazy/brilliant solution: a tiny umbrella at the end of a cigarette holder that let smokers puff away without fear of the weather.
Strange Inventions From The Past | Luufy.com Smoking in the RainI need this for my cigars --Lobo Mau
19 old and strange inventions that were never made: A contraption that would let you smoke in the rain (1931).
MID'S Awakening Strange Inventions From The Past That Couldn't Possibly Exist Today
No more rain-soaked cigarettes! Invented by a circus clown.
The Umbrella Smoker (to smoke in the rain)
10 Weird Gadgets That Never Took Off
Neck Cleaner "Five-year-old Tim Gregory wears, under protest, a brush that cleans a child's neck without the use of soap and water in Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 12, 1950. The plastic collar brush will dry-clean the youngster's neck thoroughly as he plays. The brush was developed by the Los Angeles Brush Corp. at a mother's suggestion." What ever happened to a good old fashioned bath?
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Retronaut - The Neck Brush | ‘Five-year-old Tim Gregory wears, under protest, a brush that cleans a child’s neck without the use of soap and water in Los Angeles, California. The plastic collar brush will dry-clean the youngster’s neck thoroughly as he plays. The brush was developed by the Los Angeles Brush Corp. at a mother’s suggestion.’
Plastic collar brush designed to dry-clean a child’s neck while he played. No soap, no water required.
The Neck Brush - for cleaning a child's neck wthout the use of soap and water. Wonder why it never caught on.....
5-yr-old wears, under protest, brush that cleans a child's neck without soap and water, 1/12,/'50. The plastic collar brush dry-cleans neck thoroughly as he plays - developed by the LA Brush Corp. at a mother's suggestion. | 50 Weird And Awesome Inventions From The Consumer Golden Age - Business Insider
Five-year-old Tim Gregory wears, under protest, a brush that cleans a child's neck without the use of soap and water in Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 12, 1950. The plastic collar brush will dry-clean the youngster's neck thoroughly as he plays.
Halstrockenwäsche: Dem fünfjährigen Tim Gregory gefällt die Halswaschbürste, die ihm seine Mutter umgelegt hat, ganz offensichtlich nicht - obwohl sie ohne die bei Kindern verhassten Waschutensilien Seife und Wasser auskommt. Die Bürste, von der der Hersteller wirklich glaubte, dass Kinder sie beim Spielen tragen würden, wurde von der Los Angeles Brush Corporation auf Empfehlung einer Mutter entwickelt und am 12. Januar 1950 präsentiert worden
"The Neck Brush", designed to clean children’s neck while they play
Face Protectors for Snow Storms For all of those times when a hat isn't enough to keep you warm, you can look like one of those creepy monsters from Beetlejuice?