Here at Cohorted Cult, we constantly wonder why, in 2020, that certain *things* haven’t been invented yet. Just think about how much easier would life be if you could teleport? No more sweaty tube journeys or having to wait for that dingy night bus home, one can only dream. In this article, we’re exploring a few jobs and services we wish existed. If you haven’t considered any of these before, you’ll soon be joining us…
Nail polish that doesn’t chip and dries instantly
It would revolutionaise Nail Varnish… How many times have you painted your nails at home, only for them to smudge or chip as soon as you step outside? Probably more than your willing to admit. Even though there are options like shellac, SNS and acrylics, at some point they chip too, especially if you’re tapping away all day and with the extra handwashing that’s going on. We can’t wait for someone to nail this one. Pun absolutely intended.
Shoes that break themselves in
Unless you purchase orthopaedic shoes or Uggs, there is no denying that new shoes are often painful. Take Doctor Marten boots for example, they are notoriously hard to break in and they should really come with some paracetamol and blister pads for the pain. However, once they are broken in, they’re the most comfortable boots in the world and last forever. But, imagine a shoe that could break itself? No more crying and hobbling about on a night out bare foot, no more long soaks in bath to rescue your poor feet. We are ready for this.
Jeans that are actually comfortable
Much like shoes, it takes a couple of wears before you really get to break in a pair of jeans. They need to mould to your body before you can actually call them comfortable. But are jeans really comfortable? We’ll be debating this time again and again until we can slip into our dream pair.
Self cleaning furniture and appliances
Adulting be difficult at the best of times and one of the chores we’re sure we all despise is cleaning. Unless we waste our weekends or evenings doing it, it will never get done. Self-cleaning furniture would save us time and energy (and no we’re not talking about Robot hoovers). We’re not sure how it would work just yet, but we’d be happy to pay the extra cost.
Teleportation will most likely be available in 3020, but we often dream of how much easier life would be with it. We’re impatient. No more squashed commutes. No more expensive plane journeys. No more ‘I need a holiday tweets’. Teleportation is what we want and need. NOW.
One can only dream. What do you wish existed? Tweet us and let us know!