Friday, April 04, 2008

Artificial Nose Hair Business? Sounds Pretty Gross

Geneva Switzerland is hosting the International Exhibition of Inventions, and some of these inventions are awfully strange. An example is the artificial nose hair, which is designed for people with nasal allergies that want to block pollen from getting into their sinuses. The artificial hair is removable and cleanable, of course. It was invested by a U.S. based physician who said that the majority of people need more nose hair.

Other interesting inventions from the convention include an alarm clock on wheels that you have to chase around the room to turn it off, and a gender email analyzer that tells you whether the person you are corresponding with is a man or a woman.

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