The world's weirdest mice

A mouse is such a simple device that not even the worst inventor could screw it up, right? Wrong! We'll give you 13 examples.

Electro-Mouse



Mice That Will Get You Fired, #3 – While the mere presence of this Thanko Kinniku mouse on your desktop shouldn’t get you in trouble, there are still numerous pitfalls waiting for you. Using the mouse is supposed to stimulate your muscles with small electric shocks via stick-on electrodes, causing your muscles to contract involuntarily. It's like getting a massage, but not.

How’s that going to get you fired? Try either of these phrases in your cube farm and see where they get you: “Pardon me, would you mind lifting my shirt and rearranging my electrodes?” or “I find your use of my mouse quite stimulating!”

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