Sunday, May 27, 2007

Sony Invents TV You Can Watch In Your Underwear

San Francisco, California - Sony has invented television you can watch in your underwear. No, this is not the same as watching television wearing your underwear. The foldable screen, only 0.3mm thick, will be able to be embedded in clothing.

"In the future, it could be wrapped around a lamppost or a person's wrist, or even be worn as clothing. Perhaps it could be put up as wallpaper," said a Sony company spokesman.

Rupert Murdoch of News Corp was ecstatic at the announcement of this invention. "I can put Fox News everywhere!" exclaimed Mr. Murdoch, "Clothing would be just the beginning. I could put it on furniture, on beer bottles, on cars, dishwashers, cans of beans, cereal boxes, toothbrushes, toys, tubas! On shower curtains, at the bottom of soup bowls, on pillows, blankets, sheets! On sidewalks, on luggage, surgical instruments, suppositories! Scuba gear, spacesuits, trees, mountains, the face of the moon, the sides of horses and cows! Moose! Chihuahuas! Soon there will be absolutely no way for anyone ever again to be deprived of fair and balanced news coverage no matter where they are or what they are doing!"

Mr. Murdoch added, with a satisfied smile, "I love the smell of progress in the morning."

Written for Assimilated Press by roving reporter pinko


Anonymous Erika said...

Next, they will be placing TVs on the insides of our eyelids so we can watch 24 hours a day, asleep or not.

10:57 PM  
Blogger Neil said...

I know Erika, but they are not the first ones to want to put a screen on a shirt. I read this really cool article a couple of years ago about this really cool movie that you may have saw as well. article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000511974 - 26k

1:39 PM  

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