What if my room was made of Tupperware?

Hello Innovation Gone Wrong Readers,

I have contemplated this question for a very long time. What if my room was made of Tupperware or Rubbermaid containers?

This is a perplexing question not for the logistics of setting it up, but rather the goals or consequences.

1. Can you live longer in a Rubbermaid container?

2. Can you move your whole room at once?

3. Must you paint your room?

4. Does this spark a turf war between cardboard and Rubbermaid?

5. Do any smells escape the room?

6. Who installs Rubbermaid windows?

7. Comcast can’t install television in a normal room. How are they supposed to do it in a Rubbermaid room?

8. As your room would never get flooded, could you live in a lake in a Rubbermaid or Tupperware room?

9. How is one to decorate plastics?

10. What does one upgrade to from a Rubbermaid room?

Just thoughts.

Hondo

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One Response

  1. With a Rubbermaid room you don’t need to paint. You just get a different color container. To upgrade, you switch to the larger size.

    Hope that helps 🙂

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