There are some ideas that some like a wonderful thing at the time, and turn out being bad once put into reality. You can merge two things together, but if it wasn’t meant to be, it will be apparent pretty quickly. One such item that doesn’t seem to make too much logical sense is the Waterproof Pool Table.
When thinking about playing pool, you imagine a dark room with only the sound of the solid and striped balls hitting each other to break the silence. If you wanted to swim in a pool, you would likely want it to be outside and sunny, with lots of piddling around in the water and making waves. It seems a bit silly to merge these to similarly named things together, as they have very few things in common. First off, you need a stable place to set a pool table, as you don’t want the balls rolling around all over the place. Placing the entire table in a literal pool of water is a terrible idea. Second, you likely don’t want to turn into a prune while simultaneously getting a tan from waiting for your next turn. Lastly, this thing costs $6,500, and would only be reasonable to have if you had more money than Midas.