1. Wondrous Bra
You might call it the wondrous bra. Japanese urban farmers who wear the gimmicky new undergarment can grow their own rice in recyclable plastic pots that double as the cups, according to Reuters. The pots can be filled with soil and rice seedlings, and the wearer waters the rice with a hose that doubles as a belt that loops around the waist.
Why are people naturally attracted to anything that seems stupid? Well, I think this is because people love to laugh. In fact, laughing is an extremely powerful form of self healing. We are all instantly attracted to anything we find funny. In this post we have a collection of 30 Stupidest Inventions Ever created and most interesting fact about these is that all these inventions are created by actual people.
2. Bar Sound Bubble
What a bubbleheaded idea. A college student in Scotland came up with a solution for chatty pub patrons who can’t hear their friends – the sound bubble. It’s a clear plastic helmet that covers everything but the ears and mouth from the neck up and eliminates background noise.
3. White Castle candle
Sure, White Castle smells fine when you’re starving and in need of a burger, but would you really want your entire house to smell like it? The company sure hopes so, as they’ve just released a $10 White Castle candle, which smells like one of the its “slyder” burgers. “White Castle has teamed up with Laura Slatkin, often called the “queen” of home fragrances, to introduce a candle with the steam-grilled-on-a-bed-of-onions scent of America’s first fast-food hamburger.
4. Better Marriage Blanket (keeps that flatulence odor away!)
It sounds like a gag gift, but the Better Marriage Blanket is meant to keep you from gagging – if you’re on the receiving end of the silent-but-deadly problem it’s designed to combat – your bedmate’s flatulence. Here’s the problem though: just because you can’t smell the gas, doesn’t mean it didn’t happen. Wouldn’t you rather just give your lover some Gas-X?
5. Baby Beer Bottle
It’s a beer bottle? It’s a baby bottle? No wait, it’s both – and Anheuser-Busch is not happy about it. The company is suing Baby Beer Bottles Inc. for infringing on its trademark, according to The Smoking Gun. Baby Beer Bottles sold “Bunwiper” and “Little Tike” baby bottles (which look like a beer bottle) for $19.99 for a gift-wrapped set.
6. Handerpants Fingerless Gloves
If any of you want to be reminded of your butt when looking at your hands, the “Handerpants Fingerless Gloves” are the invention for you. “Try on a pair of handerpants for a cheeky way to keep warm, or wear them under a pair of gloves for an extra layer. You will definitely make a statement! Made with a soft cotton-spandex blend, just like those tightie-whities of yours,” FredFlare.com reports.
7. Wine Glass That Holds an Entire Bottle
Depending on your mood, this little gem of an invention could belong on the stupidest – or the most brilliant – inventions list. This is a wine glass made that holds an entire BOTTLE of wine. Sure, it’ll get warm, but if you can’t be bothered to get up and pour yourself another glass, well just buy this glass.
8. Potty Putter
When a simple magazine is not enough entertainment for you while doing your “business,” turn to the Potty Putter. The toy, billed as “the ultimate toilet putting surface,” is “a true innovation in getting the most out of each trip to the restroom,” BaronBob.com says. Oh yes, you can now ace your putting game while enjoying the comfort of your own toilet.
9. Cat Duster Slippers
Feel like your cat is, well, lying around and not doing enough around the house? Why not strap these cat duster slippers on its paws so that your kitty can help dust your floors as it strolls around. “Obviously you’ll have to ignore the fact that they lick their anus … then lick their paws, thus spreading cat anus all over your nice new floor boards,”
10. Beating Breasts
The beating breasts, a 1963 invention out of Japan, had a built-in heartbeat and was intended to get children to go to sleep. Um, ever tried singing to the baby?!
11. Hog Wild Twirling Spaghetti Fork
When twirling your spaghetti with a regular fork is simply too arduous, you can opt for this motorized twirling fork. A description of the fork on Amazon.com says it offers “more satisfying bites and 100% twirling fun.”
12. Cigarette Pack Holder
One cigarette at a time not enough for you? Why not try 20? This 1955 cigarette holder holds an entire pack of smokes.
13. Hula Chair with Innovative Elliptical Motion
This chair literally vibrates you awake, according to its product description on Amazon.com. “Wake up naturally in the morning without coffee or unhealthy energy drinks. … This modern miracle combines the best of ancient traditional Chinese medicine with 21st-century space-age technology. … Simply sit upright in the Hula Chair, press the button and let its elliptical motion work wonders on your body,”.
14. Marshmallow Shooter
We get the appeal of water guns and paintballs, but why does one need to launch perfectly good – and edible – marshmallows? “This clever pump-action device shoots sweet, edible miniature marshmallows over 30 feet, and, unlike other marshmallow blasters, it comes with an LED sight that projects a safe beam of red light to help locate a target for accuracy,” according to Hammacher.com. Um, this means that there are other marshmallow launching competitors out there.
15. Curved Barrel Machine Gun
And speaking of weird guns, this M3 submachine gun has a curved barrel to help you shoot around corners. As Life.com puts it, “It’s the perfect gun for the ‘shoot first, look where you’re shooting later’ kind of guy.”
16. Self-Playing Harmonica
When you want to play an instrument but don’t want to be bothered with actually learning notes or moving your fingers, you can try this self-playing harmonica.
17. Popcorn Sorter
Oh no! How much do you hate popcorn kernels. And ugh, picking them out of your bowl! Well, for those of you who cannot be bothered to do so, here’s the popcorn sorter. But wait, the kernels end up in the bottom of the bowl anyway, so why do you need them sorted?
18. Umbrella Rain Tube
Sure, it protects you from the rain, but it won’t protect you from getting mocked on the street just for carrying the thing.
Looks like the umbrella rain tube idea might have been inspired by this invention – the shower-hood. This weird thing protects your hair and makeup in the shower. Um, that thing looks like it’s a suffocation device!
20. Peter Petrie Egg Separato
OK, maybe it separates eggs well, but we’re a little grossed out by the fact the egg whites come running out of its nose. “Peter Petrie makes separating eggs easy. Crack the egg gently into the top. His big nose blocks the yolk, but allows the whites to flow easily into your bowl.
21. Wire Baby Cage
Want your baby to go outside but don’t have a patio or garden and don’t want to be bothered to actually carry your child downstairs? One inventor thought you might want to stick the baby in a cage and stick the kid out the window. This wire baby cage was a 1930s invention and was distributed to members of the Chelsea Baby Club in London who have no gardens and live at the top of high buildings.
22. Baby Holder
And while we’re on the subject of slightly horrifying inventions for children, check out the baby holder. “Jack Milford, player with the Wembley Monarchs ice hockey team, has invented a carrying device so that his baby can join his wife and himself on the ice. Because who wouldn’t want to take something as fragile as a baby onto a rock-hard surface with very little friction,”.
23. Flying Harness
Birdman Leo Valentin demonstrates his method of flying from a special harness, just before his disastrous flight.
24. Anti-Bandit Bag, 1963
This bag was designed to prevent thieves from getting their greedy hands on your stuff, only it doesn’t work all that well. On the anti-bandit bag, invented by John Rinfret, you pull a chain and the bottom of the case falls out, scattering your belongings on the floor. Um, but then the thieves can just grab your stuff off the ground.
25. Cup Bras
Charles L. Langs invented this cup bra, which is a strapless, backless, wireless bras which stays on with adhesive. Wait, so how does this offer support?
26. Rainy Day Cigarette Holder
When you want to smoke but it’s raining out, you can try this rainy day cigarette holder invented by Robert Stern, President of Zeus Corp. Um, but this was invented in the 1950s, when people still smoked inside. And why not just grab an umbrella and go outside for a cig if you really want one outdoors?
27. Rocket Belt
We think the name – Rocket belt – says it all on this 1961 invention.
28. Mechanical Cat Can
This 1963 invention, the mechanical cat can, makes a meowing sound 10 times a minute and the eyes light up each time. It was a device designed for scaring rats and mice away.
29. Hubbard Electrometer
Tom Cruise, eat your heart out! L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, uses his Hubbard Electrometer to determine whether tomatoes experience pain. His work led him to the conclusion that tomatoes ‘scream when sliced.’
30. External Turkey Roaster
Um, do you really want this massive thing in your home just so you can roast a turkey?