While the accompanying picture below is self-explanatory regarding the charms of the Wrongulator, an insightful discussion is still required. Why? Because you might be thinking it’s a fancifully named calculator. It’s not.
It’s a Wrongulator for a reason: It gives the wrong answer every time. “Total rubbish”, as the product page describes it. Rubbish indeed, but fun rubbish. Especially when you want to prank someone.
The Wrongulator comes recommended to office types wishing to wreak unholy havoc in the cubicle farm by replacing their colleagues’ desktop calculators with them. Imagine the sheer turmoil, the utter madness, and awesome cunning of the Wrongulator being used to calculate finances. Of course, whether it will cost you your job is a matter we don’t care to discuss. It’s like planking in the workplace: tempting but fraught with risk.
The Wrongulator could also sow distressing merriment in a bank. Imagine slipping this thing in an unguarded desk, to be used by a calculator-inclined bloke to calculate big figures, unsuspectingly being fed wrong answers all the time. That would be pure evil. This is an evil machine.
Unless, of course, people learned their proper arithmetic and did their maths inside their skulls. Why don’t they?
Evil, yes. But oh so wickedly fun. The Wrongulator is currently selling for £4.95
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