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His Wife Asked Him To Make Her Breakfast, So He Built Her A Breakfast Machine

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They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and with good reason! It’s certainly true that what you eat first thing in the morning can affect you for hours to come.

You need your breakfast to help give you the brainpower necessary to start your workday off with a bang! Kicking off with a delicious, healthy breakfast is crucial, but if you’re not a morning person, cooking up an entire meal can feel like an impossible task.

When 69-year-old Peter Browne retired from his job as an airline pilot, he embarked on a brand new mission: to create the perfect breakfast for his wife. What he came up with is just truly ingenious.

Peter Browne had just retired from flying the friendly skies when he started constructing his groundbreaking invention, which he called the “Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine.” His wife had no idea what she was in for! 

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While other husbands might settle for bringing their wives a tepid cup of coffee (if that!), Peter knew that he had the abilities to really kick his wife’s breakfast up a notch. Before long he was drafting plans complex enough to make engineers blush! 

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After a short wile, Peter’s simple plan to make a nice breakfast for his wife had turned into an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine. It covered all the breakfast basics, starting with a nice, classic cup of English breakfast tea. 

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But that is only the beginning of what this amazing breakfast machine was capable of cooking up. For a quick protein fix, Peter built a section of the machine dedicated to soft-boiling eggs up to pure perfection. Culinary style meets science fiction chic! 

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A nice cup of tea and well-prepared soft boiled egg are one thing, but what you really need to pull a breakfast together is toast. That’s breakfast 101! Peter knew that the grill could be dangerous, but when it comes to breakfast you have to take chances. 
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It took Peter three months to put the finishing touches on his breakfast machine, but the end result was sheer perfection! To see what really happens when Peter flips the switch for the first time, watch through to the end!

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Wow, he thought of everything, right down to the cleanup! Suddenly, any other homemade breakfast seems just a little bit boring in comparison…

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