Erno Rubik invented the famous 'Rubik's cube' in 1974 because he wanted to create a working model to help explain three-dimensional geometry. Since his experiment turned into the best selling toy in the world, there's not reason why we should't have a little extra fun with it.
With this in mind, Matt Parker created a video explaining a way around the smarts needed to actually solve the cube, and created a simple 12-step-program that will get you to look like you're solving the cube, though you won't have any idea what you're doing.
Does this defeat the purpose of solving the cube in the first place? Yes. Will you use it to impress people anyway? Obviously.