this morning as I started brushing my teeth, I was thinking how boring it was and then my next thought for at least a few split-seconds was that I could save time as well as spare myself that boredom by going ahead and getting my bike down off the ceiling and load my bike bag, etc., while I finished my teeth, which of course would entail my having an extra set of arms, but what of that?
Basically I think my subconscious is starting to think that anything boring (like the frying issues of older blog posts) is automatically something that can be done at the same time as something else... Like anything boring is stationary or at least passive enough to entail other fun alongside.
Well obviously that is just erroneous as all get out, but it did get me thinking that it would be cool to have some kind of apparatus you could stick in your mouth like a mini-carwash thingy shaped like those sports mouthpieces with teensy scrubbers inside that you could walk around with as it scrubbed your teeth. Or better (if freakier) maybe someone can invent dental nanobots that you could keep suspended in an antiseptic solution in a little jar and then hold in your mouth twice a day to scrub your teeth - kind of a combo of robots, those crazy sucker fish that stick to whales, and sea monkeys.
Who's up for it? I'll split the profits if you do the engineering part...