Smart Ref
If an average person cannot will himself out from browsing raunchy content while doing their regular chore, then adding internet connectivity to many of the pleasantly dumb devices that used to populate homes could be the ultimate savior.

There is now available in the market a smart fridge that features Pornhub videos on its display – or so it seems. However, this raises a number of obvious security concerns and one equally serious, but far less discussed issue: porn on everything, always.

Last 2 October 2016, antivirus pioneer John McAfee brought attention to the imminent X-rated threat, tweeting a photo of a cheeky piece of tech at Home Depot that had somehow tapped into the internet of butts.

"The [internet of things].... do you believe me now? Pornhub on a refrigerator. What, in our current cybersecurity paradigm, accounts for this?"” McAfee wrote.

The Internet of Things is a proposed development of the internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data.

The picture initially appeared on Reddit a few days before McAfee tweeted, but it has since been circulating all over the Web. As people have already pointed out on Twitter, it’s not entirely clear whether the Pornhub integration is a prank, a bug or a feature – but, seriously, nobody would mind it either way.

One thing is for sure though: This wacky invention is bound to be Home Depot’s new bestseller. Because no household can ever feel complete without their own Pornhub-powered smart refrigerator to brighten up the atmosphere of your kitchen.