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Snoozeless Rug Alarm Clock Won’t Stop Until You Get Out Of Bed And Step On It

A rug can help you get out of bed in the morning. Seriously.

We all go through it every single day of our lives. Snoozing our alarm clocks several times until we’re perpetually late for work or school because the bed is just too cozy to get up from. Unless of course, you happen to be a morning person, then hitting the snooze button is something that you’re familiar with.

Designed by Winston Tam and a team of very enterprising entrepreneurs from Vancouver, Canada and Hong Kong, this very special mat will make sure you get up and never be late ever again.

Ruggie alarm clock has no snooze button.

Ruggie alarm clock has no snooze button.

Dubbed as the “Ruggie”, this snoozeless alarm clock is pressure sensitive and forces you to get out of bed. Ruggie has no snooze option and requires that you stand on it with both feet. Using your hands will not work because it was designed not to be fooled by over sleepers. Tam and his team decided to invent the snoozeless rug alarm clock because of their own experiences. They kept over snoozing that they had a hard time being productive in the morning.

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The way Ruggie works is very simple. You just need to step on it with both feet for around three seconds and the alarm stops on its own. Using your hands or just one foot won’t fool the rug alarm clock so you have no choice really, but to get up from bed and stand on it for it to stop alarming. It will be available for USD 59 at kickstarter and then at around USD 99 when it is launched. The Ruggie is actually a good personal investment, so you might want to get one for yourself and see if it doesn’t force you to get up from bed in the morning.

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5 Relationship Red Flags You Should Never Ignore

Watch out for these dangerous warning signs in your relationship…

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#1. Family and Friends Can't Stand Your Significant Other

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Son Waited 8 Years to Get Revenge on Dad After Receiving Prank Gift

Its payback time!

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The video flashes back to footage of the teen in 2007 after he first tears open the gift wrapper revealing an...XBox console. Or was it?

Flashback from 2007

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82-Year-Old Grandma Pranks Neighbors, Knocks On The Door And Suddenly Runs Away To Hide!

Being old does not mean you can never play a silly game again!

Thinking about childhood memories always brings good and positive feelings. It makes us think about how fun life could be with simple stuff and silly games.

When we grow old and face the real world, we tend to take simple things for granted and let serious matters take away simple joys. But for an Irish grandmother named Olive Smyth, there is never a good time to take away the "child" in her.

One day, the 82-year-old woman was walking around Dublin with her son named Mark, when she decided to play a quick game of "knick knacking." You may recognize this silly prank as the classic past time of kids before. In the said game, one would knock or ring the doorbell of someone else's door then immediately run away out of sight....

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