On a side note, I've come up with my third million dollar idea. I bought a brush for the cat and she absolutely loves being brushed but I noticed that even when I put the brush down, she rubs against it and brushes herself with no effort on my part. Someone needs to make an extra large brush, one for cats and one for dogs, that looks like a giant, spiny ding-dong. The curvature will allow them to brush their necks and bellies and treat it as something of a toy, but I couldn't help but notice that I had a brush completely full of hair after leaving it on the couch for the cat to do with as she pleased.
I'd call it the cat-gasm or dog-gasm, based upon the fervor with which she brushed herself. They'd need different grades of brushes, based upon size and strength. The brushes would reduce shedding, time brushing and be something of a self-pleasuring device for animals, hence the name.
My other two million dollar ideas are a wallet with a firm plastic side which functions as a mouse. Mouse pads are a pain and carrying around a mouse for your laptop is unnecessary if you have a wallet that serves as a mouse. It's palm sized, could easily be outfitted with a sensor and USB so that you basically always have a mouse in your pocket, assuming you carry a wallet.
The last million dollar idea is less serious. It's a small, plastic piano player that could be either a key chain or simply a figurine. It's called "My Tiny Pianist". Sold in liquor stores or convenience stores, "My Tiny Pianist" would be an inexpensive impulse buy on the counter. My girlfriend left me because she said I was spending too much time playing with my tiny pianist. Have you seen my tiny pianist? I've got a tiny pianist in my pocket. Etc. The jokes practically write themselves, and honestly what guy doesn't wish that he had a tiny pianist?