Have you ever struggled with the perfect boiled egg? Or burnt the last piece of toast?
Well, two British men have invented a solution.
They've built a "Sunday morning breakfast machine" and their wives will be the main benefiters.
Mechanical engineer Peter Browne and airline pilot Mervyn Huggett are both retired, skilled and enjoy a laugh. They decided to craft the equipment in their spare time, and all it took was 1000 hours.
It completes tasks methodically, for a textbook egg, toast and tea or coffee every time.
"It's got to look silly, but the main thing is it has to work well," says Mr Browne.
"The egg [is] dropped into boiling hot water and boils for four minutes, 30 seconds, which gives you a perfect soft boiled egg."