Monthly Archives: August 2018

Build Your Own Chill Sauce

Sim­i­lar to the shoe shops doing the same, this is a web­site that would allow you to mix & match all the var­i­ous chill­is, vine­gars, sweet­en­ers etc to cre­ate your own per­fect chilli sauce. Chilli sauce is a fun­ny thing, … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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A bot that convinces you of your intrinsic value/self worth

This is a bot for psy­cho­log­i­cal good. It is a chat bot, and it’s whole aim is to help you see your self worth (your intrin­sic val­ue). The idea is that it does­n’t pan­der to you, but it holds a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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VR game to help people exercise

So one of the big bar­ri­ers to an over­weight or inac­tive per­son going out and doing a bunch of exer­cise is that they suck at it and would be in the pub­lic eye. So imag­ine there’s a VR game where … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Weight loss pill

It’s a pill, guar­an­teed to make you lose weight, and strength­en your abdom­i­nals and pelvic floor. How? It’s a non vir­u­lent strain of gas­troen­teri­tis. Lasts about 48 hours, you can’t eat any­thing, so it has to come with some­thing you … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Queer Eye for the PowerPoint Slide

Your slides are bor­ing, or look ama­teur­ish. You need some­one with an eye for this stuff. You need Queer Eye for the Pow­er­Point Slide.  Essen­tial­ly you sub­mit your pow­er­point slide to a site, and it comes back all bedazzled/professional/whatever. It’s styled … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Reef Shoe Flipper Shoe

A reef shoe/flipper hybrid that retracts the flip­per when the knee bends such that walk­ing is pos­si­ble. Great for body­board­ers who might walk along the rocks, and then dive in. Could be com­plete­ly mechan­i­cal via an attache­ment to above the … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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