Inventors have conceived of a wedding ring that heats up the day before an anniversary. The person gets a series of increasingly warm signals from the ring. The last reminder burn would be over 100 degrees. All this in an effort to help make sure a man actually remembers to buy some flowers (or whatever) on the big day.
It’s not that I object to this idea, I just think the inventors are thinking too small.
I also propose a ring. I call it the “fidelity” ring. Instead of gradual warming, I see more of an electro-shock kind of thing. And it might not be all that gradual of an increase.
And it might not go on his finger.
I’m just saying….
Kate, Inventing in LA