Behold The Evolution Of The 'Doomba'
By all accounts, Roombas, the automated vaccuuming devices, don't work all that well. They can't get close to a lot of areas, and if they get upset and knocked over, they need to be flipped back over like a turtle.
But Roombas got a lot more interesting around the time of 'Arrested Development' and 'Parks and Recreation'. In the former, man-child Buster starts to carry on a sexual relationship with his Roomba, and in 'Parks and Rec', Tom Haverford puts an iPod dock on his to create "DJ Roomba." Pretty fly.
Denizens of the Internet have gone one step farther with the "Doomba," an adapted Roomba whose only mission is to kill. The whole thing is a joke, and a pretty funny one, at that. Rather than explain the joke in painfully unfunny detail, check out the evolution below.