Vending Wishes


Vending Wishes

Soft drinks, electronics, nutrient-free snacks — you can get all of those from a vending machine. But what type of vending machine is sorely needed but doesn’t yet exist? Share your automated retail fantasies with us!

Taking my prompt from yesterday’s Daily Post, I’d love to see a vending machine that gave out roast dinners. So, you’d put your money in and press B5 and out would come the roast potatoes. C6 would have carrots, A2 would have broccoli and D1 would have cauliflower. The whole of the “E” row would have the meats – E1 Beef, E2 chicken, E3 turkey, E4 pork, E5 gammon, E6 duck (for the posher customer) and E7 goose (for the even posher than the duck customer). The gravy would come out of a spout like on a hot chocolate vending machine and the puddings would all be lined up ready for you to choose from when you’ve had your dinner.

Do you think we could ever do that? Get me James Dyson on the phone please!!

 

 

 

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