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# 100519 12-Apr-2012 20:39

I'm looking for a common everyday problem that I could invent a product to fix such a problem.
If the product design is good enough I have the chance to get support in developing it. 
I currently have one idea that I can use as a backup but the target audience for this product is very specific and not what I want to use for this opportunity.

Thanks  for any ideas. Smile



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  # 608592 13-Apr-2012 04:19
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My common everyday problem is hemorrhoids ... I sure hope you can help *grin*

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  # 608598 13-Apr-2012 07:17
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Women.

 
 
 
 


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  # 608601 13-Apr-2012 08:01
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Weather

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  # 608605 13-Apr-2012 08:32
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Stupid people.




Things are LookingUp....  A photo from my back yard :-)
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  # 608627 13-Apr-2012 09:23
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wa**ers cramp :)

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  # 608647 13-Apr-2012 10:07
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Not having enough waking hours in the day to do all the stuff I want to do.

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  # 608656 13-Apr-2012 10:30
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After peeling an orange, getting all the bitter, white, pithy stuff off it before I eat it, so that it tastes better.




Sometimes I just sit and think. Other times I just sit.


 
 
 
 


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  # 608660 13-Apr-2012 10:38
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sen8or: wa**ers cramp :)


Thats your problem solved, next.

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  # 608661 13-Apr-2012 10:40
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eracode: After peeling an orange, getting all the bitter, white, pithy stuff off it before I eat it, so that it tastes better.

Have a chat with the other posters - they've been taking the pith ;-) 

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  # 608722 13-Apr-2012 12:15
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Work

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  # 608725 13-Apr-2012 12:18
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kiwitrc:
sen8or: wa**ers cramp :)


Thats your problem solved, next.


bahaha, genius,

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  # 608755 13-Apr-2012 13:26
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Satch: Work


haha.  

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  # 608767 13-Apr-2012 14:00
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LookingUp: Stupid people.


+1

They are everywhere. 




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  # 608792 13-Apr-2012 14:41
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eracode: After peeling an orange, getting all the bitter, white, pithy stuff off it before I eat it, so that it tastes better.


I need a break.... read that as "peeing orange...."

 




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  # 608795 13-Apr-2012 14:43
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xpd:
eracode: After peeling an orange, getting all the bitter, white, pithy stuff off it before I eat it, so that it tastes better.


I need a break.... read that as "peeing orange...."

 


Takes that sentence to whole new and disturbing level

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