I was originally going to say "Glitter hoof polish for horses," because, seriously?
Then I got this month's Horse Illustrated, and on the back cover is a full-page ad for riding gloves that have hardware that will connect you to your cell phone, so that you can text, Twitter, check voicemail and make cell calls through your gloves, while you're riding.
Um, yeah. When you're sitting on a thousand pounds of self-directed guided muscle, which by the way has the emotional maturity of a 3-year-old human and a complete fear of umbrellas, mylar balloons, rabbits, and people in blue shirts who are walking the fenceline, you should totally be concentrating on your Twitter account.
Bahaha! I used to have a horse that I took on trail rides. He was usually pretty steady but the weirdest things would spook him.
During one ride, a rattlesnake was spotted in the middle of the trail and spooking a lot of the horses. I expected mine to follow suit, but he was as cool as a cucumber, shifting over to one side of the trail to avoid the rattler and calmly walking past it. Then we turned the corner that led into camp and he completely lost his mind over the dumpster that was positioned at the entrance.
This was long before cell phones but I just can't imagine using it for anything other than the "Uh, my horse just threw me overboard and bolted, and I'm 3 miles from home. Can you come get me?" calls.
ETA: I have the Pampered Chef version of the SlapChop and I use it all the time, especially for mincing garlic. I can never get it small enough with just a knife and this chops it up into teeny, tiny little bits in a matter of seconds. And it can go right into the dishwasher. I also use it to chop up potatoes for taco meat (my MILs recipe has potato in it), eggs for tuna and egg salad, pickles for salad and just about anything else that needs to be diced into teeny pieces.