I love it,...
...it's going to be amazing, no really...
The kettle will turn on because I've just pulled up on the drive. 30 seconds later it will blow up because there is no water in it.
My fridge will have ordered me a £6 bottle of milk, because it knew I was running, low so ordered one + delivery costs. Now I have two, because I picked on up on my way home.
The washing machine will be finishing it's 2hr 45min cycle; granted it was empty because it doesn't load itself.
The oven will be cooking nothing at 220c because it's Sunday and it knows I like a good Sunday Roast, but it doesn't know I'm going round a friends house because I didn't post it on Facebook.
Never mind, I have 3000 hours of TV to watch when I get back because I once commented on Facebook that I've only ever seen one episode of "Friends" and people have said it's amazeballs, so it's kindly downloaded the entire back catalogue.
Now apparently I've got to do some work, as Google have told me that's what I should be doing right now.