I just heard it described as "the best invention ever". I did the double take, eyes flickered and I rewound the TV, just to make sure I heard correctly.
I must have missed something here. I can list about 100 things I would list on my greatest inventions list if I had one, the rice cooker would definitely not be on it! I'm thinking, electricity, transistors, the computer, the Internet, the telephone, anti-biotics, vaccines, the internal combustion engine, plumbing (think no toilets), camera, compass, pacemaker, condoms, the fridge, well you get the picture.
Rice cooker? Pishhh!
We have rice all the time and I have never even thought "I should buy a rice cooker", perhaps it's because I have never used one, but I mean lets face it, billions of people eat rice everyday without ever even knowing what a rice cooker is.
Can someone explain why I need a rice cooker
There's not really a point to this post. I doubt I can be convinced that a rice cooker is an essential item let alone that it is a great invention, but I am interested in your opinion.
Do you have a rice cooker? Do you love it? Is it a great invention? Why do I need one?