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January 22, 2016


Sex Wearables Go Where Fitbit Dares Not Tread

(Thanks to Al Barkafski)


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"... a vibrator worn in a user's clothing and controlled remotely by other people...."

The list of people whose hands I would not want this to fall into is inexhaustible.

I was never the bass player for the Sex Wearables.

sheesh, can't beLieve all the ridiculous things women put in their vjjs lately!

i always follow grandma's advice: 'never put anything smaller than your elbow in your - '

wait a minute

People browsing the online user manual [ha!] are crashing the website.

"My feeling is it's probably a small market," he said. "People always get excited about new technology and Internet-connected devices — and I do think there's a market for it — but I don't think it's the primary market."

Of course! The primary market is the Primary Market. That is people who only graduated Primary School then
dropped out.

Hackers are going to have fun with these.


The list of people whose hands I would not want this to fall into is inexhaustible.

Italian cartoonist Milo Manara produced a popular erotic graphic novel about that very scenario. A very silly French movie followed.

kinda like the pirate who said, when asked what the ship's wheel was doing in his pants - 'it's driving me nuts'

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