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December 23, 2021


A Japanese professor has developed a prototype lickable TV screen that can imitate food flavours, another step towards creating a multi-sensory viewing experience.

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston, Bill Hudgins and Nigel Grout)


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If you think it's popular now, just wait until they add a porn channel.

This opens up a whole new world for porn.

Mommy! Mommy! Daddies licking the TV!

This is another cutting-edge discovery of the type we have come to expect from scientists. Now, you can stay home, watch TV, catch Covid and an STD without leaving the comfort of your recliner.

Wait a minute...didn't Daffy Duck promise us Smell-ivision decades ago? Seems like we'd have had that first.

Our dogs are psyched!!!

This may serve as a taste of what to expect with next year's Christmas gift guide.

On the sweatbread channel, do the include the taste of cow tongue?

Asking for a friend.

*sweetbread, though perhaps it's a moot point.

One man's sweet, is another man's sweat.

I wouldn't touch taste half the dishes made on Chopped.

Ah, progress. We've gone from "don't sit so close to the TV, it will hurt your eyes!" to "stop licking the TV so much, it will hurt your tongue!"

Wonder what the WALKING DEAD will taste like ?

I'll gladly venmo you Tuesday for a taste of cheeseburger today.

Just in time for the pandemic.

For decades the networks have been serving up programming in poor taste.

I can't wait for the experiential Timex commercials...

It takes a licking and keeps on ticking.

I'll wait for the remote control upgrade.

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