All the time we think to ourselves, "Why oh why has no one ever invented a pig-shaped doll with human features that magnetically sticks to the fridge and has thighs that expand with a push of its snout to keep me from eating?" Turns out, our dreams came true in 1991, when one Mr. Gregory Nahas filed a patent for such a product (tag line? "When overeating / Touch my nose / Watch my thighs / How big they grow), calling it a "Diet Aid Doll." Alas, the anorexia-inspiring toy was never brought into production. Which means all we're left with is this sketch that accompanied the patent application to mock. [Inventor Spot]