By Chris Hardwick on December 11, 2009
“Nose Aerobics.” It’s a thing. It’s a thing somebody thought of and talked another person into making it a physical reality.
From the site InventionZoo.com (who claim “Clever Products for Clever People”–sarcastically, I imagine):
With numerous games to play, this is how it works: Attach the stem to the glasses, put the glasses on, then attach any one of the different games to the end of the stem and get ready for fun. By moving your head, you create the action to play the game or solve the puzzle. As seen on the “Rosie O’Donnell Show.” Guaranteed laughs!
Ages 5 and up.
Every element of that paragraph sound like fun’s opposite to me. I have devised a more appropriate marketing pitch:
Discourage Even The Randiest Of Tykes From Diddling Their Middle With The “Nose Aerobics” Time-Vacuum System!
Ages 5 and “up.”