…are things that don’t exist, but should.
I have everything I need, which thankfully coinsides with everything I want. Anna Blake did an awesome blog post on Thanksgiving for Christmas here.
- Donkey Lending Library.
(Self explanatory to anyone who has ever met a donkey.)
- Opinionated, talking, inanimate objects.
I feel this would be the fastest and most consistent way of having humor on an hourly basis. I would crack up if my fridge firmly clamped it’s doors shut the second I plunked groceries on the counter, and said “You’re not gonna put THAT in me, are you?! Nu-Unh. NO WAY.”
Life would become highly entertaining. Of course, this would have to come with a “mute” option, so we don’t get carted off to the hospital.
- Magical carrot bags: impossible to empty, always fresh. (We have to have Hudson’s wish in here too.)
- Horses should poop gold nuggets. Win-win.
- Weather. Clicker.
- Google App for the brain: Download a Skill.
- If Congress refuses to work out an issue reasonably, everyone, on both sides, should have to wear a huge pointy party hat, polka-dotted, with streamers and uncomfortable chin elastic until it’s settled. On TV.
- Option to Reverse Retire: retire when young, energetic and fit, work when older, stiff, and wise enough to keep mouth shut.
- FaceTime and Skype connectivity to Heaven. (Hi Grandma!! Miss you! How’s Mr. Chips?”)
- Fairy Dust. Who doesn’t want fairy dust? Sprinkle on barn politics, broken cars, sad critters, one’s own brain: the list could go on and on.
- The Argument Remote: pause, think, rewind, do-over, database access, and of course: mute.
- Zen Vision Goggles with Zap capability: instant perspective for self, ability to zap others in need.
What’s on your “should exist, but doesn’t”, wish list?