People - or to give them their scientific name - numpty-sheepus-followcrowd-lackpersonality-iwant - are already queuing outside shops for the new Apple i-Nag, which is due to reach those shops in a couple of weeks.
However, people have been warned that queuing outside sandwich shops, newsagents, dry cleaners and off-licenses is really a complete waste of time. But we all know what notice the great British shopper, with their seemingly professional willingness to be ripped off, think of that.
The new i-Nag, developed specially by the Apple marketing department in response to their requirement for even more money, doesn't actually do anything, and is a total figment of the company's imagination.
Company spokesman, Michael Mouse, said that seeing people were so keen to get hold of the i-Pad, which does the same as the average laptop, only in a egotistical and more awkward manner, they thought they should launch something else in order to get the company's name into the media.
It was, he continued, especially important to develop something that had stupid wannabes and wannahaves queuing for hours in the pouring rain in order to part with their money.