Thursday, May 15, 2008

Nothing a Little Duct Tape Can't Fix

Do you like a challenge first thing in the morning? Is it not enough to have to get out of your warm bed and take a shower and trudge off to work? Ever wish there was a way to not only wake up on the wrong side of the bed, but stay like that all day?

Then you need this stupid toy puzzle clock. The Stupid Toy Puzzle Clock (not its real name) is easily the most annoying piece of crap since Clocky.

It doesn't take much to figure out how this works. The alarm blares, and just as you're opening your eyes, the pieces fly out like Perfection, only it's the morning and you didn't ask to play this game so fucking early. You get out of bed and scream, "Wheee!" while you get down on all fours, find the pieces and put them back in. Then you say, "Whew! That was a challenge! I'm ready to face whatever the world wants to throw at me today!"

Seriously, what is the target demographic for this? Because, if you're not a morning person, this piece of garbage will not make you one. And it's not like you can't tape all the pieces down to keep them from coming out in the first place (should you receive one as a gift and get stuck having to use it) Below is the nauseating description. Makes you want to shove a square peg into somebody's mouth.

If you're a lover of puzzles, the Puzzle Alarm Clock may be just what you need to solve the ever perplexing issue of getting out of bed.

This "eye opener" of a gadget is an alarm clock come 3-piece jigsaw puzzle in one. When it's time to leave your incredibly cosy bed each morning, not only will your ears be treated to a fantastic ringing melody, a 3-piece jigsaw puzzle randomly shoots out.

So what you ask? Well, in order to turn off a ringing alarm, you must solve the jigsaw puzzle, assembling it back on to the clock.

Seems easy...not! It's a great way to get up though, as by the time you've found all 3 pieces of the jigsaw puzzle and solved it, you'll be bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, ready for the day ahead.

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