16 Completely Unnecessary Inventions

For every “lightbulb” and “computer,” there are thousands and thousands of less useful products created by the aspiring inventor. Below are 16 of the most unnecessary products ever conceived…

Picnic Pants:

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Sweep-Up  Slippers:

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Lipstick Assistant:

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Pet Butt Covers:

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iPad Typewriter:

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CTRL-ALT-DELETE Wand:

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Car Exhaust Grill:

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Headband Remote Holder:

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The Royal Refrigerator:

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The Goatee Saver:

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Tandem Toilet:

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DVD Rewinder:

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Shoe Umbrellas:

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Butter Stick:

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Eggcuber:

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Swiss Army Shovel:

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7 Responses to 16 Completely Unnecessary Inventions

  1. BIRD says:

    Some of them are fake. They came from a book that my old teacher got from japan.

  2. Bob says:

    The lipstick assistant can help those with certain neurological diseases (Huntington’s, Tourettes, etc) effectively wear lipstick if their hand movements are erratic. The goatee saver has a similar function for men. The ctrl-alt-dlt wand solves a problem for amputees who use desktop keyboards. The “Royal” refrigerator is just one example of the mountain of stupid “Royal” items that emerged from the wedding, there’s tons more. And the IPad typewriter, while not completely necessary (unless you have poor tactile feedback receptors) is probably infinitely better than writing long essays on the cramped screen keyboard.
    So some aren’t useless, the niche buyer pool is just very small.

  3. Alexavier says:

    The stick butter is commonly used in schools to “butter” the toast,…

  4. SeaJay says:

    Why the fuck would anyone need a dvd rewinder?

  5. CWhoa says:

    It’s Chindogu. There’s a whole culture behind it and many books. It’s excellent.

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