Mama sparks a hilarious debate by sharing a photo of a bizarre household gadget – so DO YOU know what it is?
- A photo of a bizarre ‘plug-in doorbell’ has sparked funny discussions on Facebook
- The discussion started when a woman posted a photo of the device and asked what it is
- It turns out to be a wireless doorbell from Syneco, previously available from Bunnings
- The device converts the traditional doorbell sound into one of seven sounds
- But people thought it could be anything from a ‘Trump repeller’ to a sex toy charger
A photo of a bizarre ‘plug-in doorbell’ has sparked funny discussions on social media.
The discussion started when an Australian woman posted a photo of the device in the popular Facebook group Mums Who Clean.
“Not really a cleaning question, but I just moved into a house and was wondering if anyone knows what this is?” she asked.
It turns out to be a wireless doorbell from Syneco, which was previously available at Bunnings but is now not in stock.
The unit plugs into an electrical outlet and converts the traditional doorbell sound into a choice of seven bells, including a chime, a cuckoo call and the melody of the iconic Big Ben clock in London’s Westminster Palace.
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This bizarre ‘plug-in doorbell’ has sparked funny discussions on social media, with people making very creative suggestions as to what it could be
But people suggested it could be something much more interesting, with hundreds of creative responses from sex toy chargers to electronic repellants for kids, in-laws and even President Donald Trump.
“It’s a multiplug system for vibrators … my friend says,” one woman replied.
‘It’s a small switchboard. I think one of them will connect you to the butler, ”said another.
“Turn off the light and it shoots a red beam like a burglar alarm … as seen in every movie they try to break in,” said a third.
A fourth said, “It lights up red when the mother-in-law is at the door.”
A fifth suggested the device could be a ‘Trump repeller’, referring to the divisive US president, to which another replied, ‘If only.’
“It’s the Continuum Transfunctioner,” one woman said, while someone else wrote, “It’s 2020 – nobody knows.”
‘It is a repellent for children. Keep those pesky little gremlins away, ”added a third.
“Are they lightening birth control pills?” a fourth wondered, referring to the similar layout of hormonal pill packs.
Dozens said the comments had improved their mood in a year of grim news and daily grind.
‘Oh man I laughed at some of these! Thank you ladies for the good old laugh, it was necessary, ‘wrote one woman.