The Shrinker Dinker

ImageThe Shrinker Dinker will be released for purchase in 1427. This incredible device will not only make the easiness of life better, but redefine mankind. The idea of this invention is to be able to shrink any item or object to a size small enough to fit in a woman’s purse. As seen in the advertisement, the Shrinker Dinker can shrink anything as large as a car. It has been found to be most useful for items such as camping equipment, suitcases for going on vacation, medical items that need to be carried with at all times, for sneaking food and drinks into movies (shhhh), and also groceries when transporting them into the house. While talking about all this shrinking, you may be wondering ‘Can I unshrink something?’ YES! There is a accessible switch on the top of the device that you can switch to in order to make your item/object grow back to normal size. Although, it is impossible to make something grow that has not already been shrunk. This is because when an item is shrunk, radioactive waves are transported to the item, thus shrinking it’s size. So when you go to increase it’s size, the Shrinker Dinker detects those radioactive waves and sucks them back out of the item, thus making it its normal size again. Something else you might be wondering is ‘Can I shrink a person?’ NO! This invention is for betterment of society and to ease the pain of everyday life challenges. THIS IS NOT A TOY. The Shrinker Dinker is sold in green, blue, purple, and red. It is the affordable price of $260 million. It will enhance your life in ways that you never dreamed possible!


One thought on “The Shrinker Dinker

  1. Wonderful invention. Seems a tad expensive, but for the awesomeness of being able to shrink and unshrink things, I think the price is justified. I’m a little disappointed that it can’t be used to shrink people (a la Honey I Shrunk the Kids). Also, you should consider selling the unshrinker as a separate product. That way, folks will have to pay double. And then you can evil-laugh all the way to the bank.

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