If you really hate your guests, looks no further than Jay Watson Design's thermochromic furniture. Before they sit down it looks like any normal old table and bench—but when they rise, their sweaty ass will leave a large bright patch that would make any man blush.
In the past, diagnosing a baby's fever involved holding the child close while creating a maternal bond. Now, you can tell from across the room! With fashion!!
Remember Hypercolor shirts? The heat-sensitive pigment made for an interesting gimmick—but the whole color-changing effect was ruined after a few runs in the wash. I would expect the same thing to happen with these "please touch" lambskin pillows—except this time you would be out $160. Do people really put their…