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April 15, 2016


The “Smarttress” looks like any other mattress, but the manufacturer says that its concealed sensors detect suspicious movements in the bed. If the pressure matches algorithms based on research carried out on sexual motions, the worried partner will receive a warning on his or her mobile phone.

(Thanks to coscolo, Bill Hudgins and Madeleine)


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This wouldn't work in the PirateHouse. Our cat lives on our bed, and often licks her fur in a very suspicious manner. The mattress sensors would be going off 23 1/2 hours a day, with the only pause being when the cat leaves the bed in order to have a light snack.

This article is full of peak furtive information.

Oh, Furtive Lover opened for Sly and family Stone.

Ohh, ohh, ohh ... Hold on a second honey, I'm getting a text.

Not for use by teenage boys.

What, memory foam isn't good enough?

Typepad is misbehaving again!!!

Fourth try.

Memory foam bed

(but what if it gets dementia?)

Does it come with a sinnerspring ?

Waste of money for older folks. Even our waterbed is called " The Dead Sea."

I know there are no suspicious movements in our bed.

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