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Thursday, June 30, 2011

I May Have Found THE Most Unnecessary Item....EVER!

I had no intention of posting today. I really didn't have anything to say. I know.. shocking!

But thanks to a commercial on TRUtv today, I found my inspiration....the single most unnecessary item ever created...the ROBOSTIR. This is taking human laziness to a new level. At least it kind of has a super obvious, highly technical name. Oh, and it comes with the obnoxious infomercial guy just to make it more awesome

I cook, a lot. I never once have thought to myself "Boy,  I wish  I had a robotic stirring device to help me right now!" Maybe I am just an overachiever.

Help me out here, am I missing the glorious benefits of this device and selling short?


20 comments:

  1. we have 1 robo stirrer in our house - me...

    and 2 human stirrers - the 6 and 7 year old girls.

    done and done

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  2. I like that it can stand up to 572 degrees. Way to be incredibly specific...

    That is hilarious!

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  3. That is laziness at it's best (or worst?) and reminds me of an ad I saw last night for another product promoting laziness. It's an egg....

    ...you know what, I'm not going to say it here. You inspired me to write a post about it instead - maybe this weekend!

    SD
    www.TheSimpleDude.com

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  4. Might come in handy when making risotto.

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  5. OMG IT STIRS!!!

    Wow... how much do I need to pay to make my ass even lazier??

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  6. I think I was up to early some mornings because I've seen this before. Honestly? It beats having to pay attention to stir something when you're also wrangling two kids by yourself. Lazy? Fucking A, it is. But not as useless as the EggWave

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  7. 572 degrees F is 300 degrees C so it isn't that random of a number.

    As someone that used to work as a chef I think this would be awesome for making my from scratch spaghetti Sauce. I hate having to remember to go stir it every 15 min for 4 hours. Not so useless as one may think. In fact I think one of the kitchens I worked in the stock pot actually had a robotic stirring arm.

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  8. Holy crap. This idea is ridiculous, and just a tiny bit intriguing.

    I routinely make 4 course meals for friends and will have all four burners on the stove plus the oven occupied while often needing to prep the next thing. I can see how something like this would be useful for a superchef, but for your average lay person? Yeesh.

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  9. It really is useless. I was thinking of something perverted to use it for but not even that.

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  10. This is sorcery, and I for one want no part of it.

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  11. I was with ya til I read the chef's comment There is a market for everything. Why do you always have to stir things up, RandomGirl? Ba dum dum. Thank you. I'll be here all week.

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  12. Oh no. You're not missing anything glorious about that contraption. Because there isn't anything to miss.

    And still, people will by it. Amazing.

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  13. There's probably one at my one mate's sister's house. The woman buys EVERY SINGLE ONE of those informercial things! It's mental!

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  14. wow...just wow. Unless you have carpal tunnel or one arm or something I don't see any practical reason for this...plus it reminds me of a spider sans some legs. no thank you.

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  15. Ok, so I think with the exception of a real deal chef (Hero: I think a man that cooks is tres' sexy!) or someone supermotivated to make 4 course meals (I'm coming for dinner Haven, ok??) we all agree this thing is pretty much totally not a "must-have" item. Borderline ridiculous even? Good. I thought so! Thanks for the great input everyone!

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  16. What I want to know is why that woman has 4 pots on the stove that all require stirring. come on!

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  17. Okay sadly, I really want this! No seriously, I really really want this!

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  18. "the secret is the orbital gyroscopic action."

    well DUH.

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  19. Hahaha i love the 'orbital gyroscopic action' thingy...it goes around....in fucking circles!!!! Sounds like a...well..ahem...lady pleasure device heehee. Why do I not live in a country that has these things??? I can only get the Ahhh Bra and the Ab Buster 2000...what good does that do for a man with no boobies and is not really interested in having a washboard belly?
    i want one!!!!

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