Technology is there to make life easier, but you have to worry when it gets this easy.
Over the Christmas season when we'd run out of Turkey I nipped to the shops and picked up a stick of garlic bread, quite innocently.
When it came time to put it in the oven my Dad collapsed into a fit of giggles, my aunty Jen smirked and I wondered what the hell was going on.
It transpired that on the back of the garlic bread packet there was a panel which you put alongside a clever oven and it would sort out the cooking for you!
Not enough to just have cooking instructions, just in case you can't read you can get technological wizadry to sort out your cooking for you.
Then the next day I was watching the TV and an advert came on that claimed that 1 in 4 women read their pregnancy test incorrectly.
How hard can it be!
So now there is a new, and probably more expensive, pregnancy test that pops up with a digital message saying Pregnant.
Ok, I need help doing things with my computer sometimes, but I can manage cooking instructions and deciphering the meaning of a blue line.
If you use these...
Never mind, I can't be bothered.