Wear Your Seat Is Stupid

Posted: Jun 19 2007, 3:22pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:25am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Wear Your Seat is Stupid
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If you are so hard up for a seat wherever you go that you resort to this device, you should have to spend the night drinking booze with Jacko at Neverland. This has to be the single most ridiculous gadget ever, and that is counting the crap Thanko sells.

Aptly named, “Wear your seat” is a chair that you ear like a backpack, allowing you to walk around and stand while wearing your seat on your back. The good part is that you never have to remember to call dibs on your seat. The bad part is that you look like a complete wanker wearing it.

I should hope that it comes in colors other than the girly pink you see pictured here. Then again, you are not going to look manly wearing your chair on your back anyhow so maybe the color is not such a big deal. Via Sci Fi Tech

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