We use our sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste to experience the world around us. While we combine those senses regularly, sometimes one particular sense stands out in our memory more than others. For many, it’s a smell or taste. You can trick those two sensory experiences, and not only do your taste buds go wild, but it sticks out in your mind because you know you’re bending what you’re actually experiencing (holding your nose, closing your eyes, and eating a potato or an apple and realizing you don’t taste any difference between the two).
If you eat leftovers, then you likely know of the accursed cling wrap. Thin, flowing plastic that is perfect for covering your food, so long as you can actually get it off of the roll and over your food without it clinging to itself. Even then, it may not do very good of a job depending on the type of wrap that you have and the material you’re putting it on.
One rather important part of our day is the time spent shortly after we wake up downing coffee. It’s what brightens our eyes, makes our tails bushy, and readies us for the day ahead. How we make our morning brew, and how much we make varies from person to person. There’s the French Press, percolators, aeropresses, automatic drip methods, and more. As far as amount goes, some make enough to empower an army (that may or may not be saved for later), and others only need one cup to get moving.
There are items that can do multiple jobs and make our lives easier. The Swiss Army Knife is a prime example, as it has a variety of tools in one place that don’t necessarily correspond with one another, but come in handy. Sometimes a marketing team gets together and makes something that is multifunctional, but in a way that doesn’t make much sense.
It’s awesome how you can buy something and it will show up on your doorstep the same day, or the next. Fewer and fewer people take the long way around of shopping in stores, only to find they don’t have exactly what they’re looking for. We’re getting to a point where Amazon can provide you pretty much anything, at amazingly cheap prices.