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August 25, 2019 / Posted by:

Hootbot!

Hootbot may sound like the name of a sex robot Hooters waitress who also shoots out chicken wings from her robotic cooze, but Hootbot was the name of a totally useful robot toy from the 80s. And by “totally useful,” I mean not fucking useful at all.

In the mid-80s, TOMY got into the robot game by producing Omnibot, a robot toy that pretty much was everything those low-budget, battery-charge-needing Westworld robots were trying to be. (Basically, the Omnibot played cassettes and moved its robot arms). And part of the TOMY’s Omnibot family was the equally (if not MORE) impressive Hootbot! If Hoobot came out after 1992, it’d probably just say WHOO-AH (in the voice of Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman) on a loop. But Hootbot did so much more! (Not at all.)

The Hootbot was an owl robot that was obviously a methhead drunk, because it always had bloodshot red eyes and flapped around its robot owl wings for no reason. Below is Tomy’s Hootbot in action, and prepare to be astounded out of your skull over from its nervous ass tapping and “backing up forklift at Costco” hooting.

TOMY also made a dog robot called Spotbot and a cat robot named Kitbot. They were just as technologically-advanced as Hootbot. Seriously, though, I’m laughing at Hootbot, but I’m sure that as I’m HAHAHAHA-ing at it being the Trump child of robots (not good for anything except for annoying the shit out of you), it was probably secretly recording us and gathering data for the eventual robot takeover! I can’t wait.

Pic: The Old Robots

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