"An ironing board and a shirt," said a male comic at a comedy showcase we attended. "There's no correlation between the shape of these two items. If I was ironing surfboard covers, it would be perfect."
Here to change that is "organization solutions" company Homz with their Revolution 360 ironing board. Not only is its shape more akin to the human torso, not only does it hold shirts taut across its surface, but the entire ironing bed rotates so you don't have to keep flipping the darn shirt. (Not horizontally, it rotates on the same axis as one of those kayak-rollers.)
The height-adjustable 360 is also designed to be self-standing when folded up, meaning you don't have to just wedge it in the closet and hope your suits will hold it up.
Homz is making the 360 available this summer, and then a certain comedian we know will have one less bit in his repertoire.