Top 10 Products Moms Are Still Waiting For


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Automatic Sleep Inducer
One whooshing sleep-inducer blast later and your back to enjoying your book on tape.
One whooshing sleep-inducer blast later and your back to enjoying your book on tape.
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In the futuristic sci-fi thriller "The Fifth Element," spaceships have sleep inducers that put everyone to sleep until arrival at the destination. The system appears to be noninvasive and drug-free -- in short, utterly harmless.

Moms want that, mostly for 2-to-4-year olds. Maybe for 16-year-olds.

It's unclear how it works, but there seems to be some sort of air-pressure release at the moment of sleep induction, identified by a distinct whooshing sound as Bruce Willis passes out. Like we said, we're not engineers, but inventors might want to start there. It's a definite whoosh.

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