The “Original Commercial” for an imaginary product is always fun.
People have fun with the Commercial because they get to think of
a product or service that would ease their lives. They then build
a short sales presentation around it, usually making it funny.

I remember the lively commercial a single woman gave for what she
called a “Creep Detector.” The imaginary gadget was no bigger
than a computer mouse. When run down the side of a prospective
date, it revealed such character traits as “habitual lying,”
“fear of commitment” “dislike of his mother” and “impatience with
children.”

Another memorable product was the “Clapper Crapper” . . . a
toilet whose seat went up and down with hand commands to
accommodate gender differences. One clap up, two claps down. No
more marital arguments over who failed to leave the toilet seat
properly positioned.

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