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Researchers running around in white lab coats (you know what I mean) have developed a new way to store electricity. They’ve made a T-shirt which can act like a battery. It can be used to charge all your power hungry devices.

Finally, something without the disclosure, “Batteries not included.”

I wonder…

Would you  buy it with a charge card?

If they did it with Bermudas would you have a short circuit?

Is it washable? If so, would you get a shock touching it when it’s wet?

If you sweat too much, or get caught in the rain, will you get electrocuted?

I hope you don’t charge the shirt by putting your finger into a socket.


Charge things with your new shirt?

I guess it’s okay if it works;

No batteries needed,

The shirt’s newly treated,

I guess next they’ll try it on skirts.

Comments on: "You’ll get a charge out of this one…" (6)

  1. (OH OH Pun moments??)

    Catch 22, if one tried to wear a pair to bed to bring back that spark.

  2. That would be shocking.

  3. Oh geez, can you imagine a men’s pair of pants short circuiting?

  4. I get it from Kim Komando ( She sends me daily emails on variious subjects. You can get the information free. She also has a premium site for about 6 US dollars a month. There is more in depth info there. I re-write the news so that I don’t infringe on her copyright. I also search her news items for more information if needed. Then, I add my own comments and poetry. Kim knows a lot about technology. She has a weekly US radio show as well. There is a lot to see on her site.

  5. We will be so Powerful when we wear this shirt! 🙂
    Btw, how do you get to know all these interesting news? Most of the time I read your blog to know the latest news 🙂 and then enjoy your limericks.

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