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BroApp is Your Clever Relationship Wingman

BroApp, finally smart phones will automatically text sweet things to your girlfriend. This app is smart; it knows your location and the time of day and sends an appropriate text message to your girlfriend. It has a few pre-programmed text included within the application; however, if you are romantically involved. Chances are that all of a sudden using different nicknames would be suspect. Luckily you can customize what it sends. For example, you get to the gym the app will text your girlfriend a message similar to this. “Hey babe, at the gym, be done in an hour”. If you never call your girlfriend “babe” you can see how it would land you in hot water. This is the perfect app for the lazy guy with a clingy girlfriend.

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Hoverboards by Huvr Real or Fake?

Hoverboards are here! This is what this “product demonstration” would like you to believe. With appearances by Christopher Lloyd, Tony Hawk, Moby, and a few others they wanted to generate buzz. Their website has a timer with December 2014 set as the destination date. We don’t have a time machine, so we are just going to have to take the long way around to find out what happens this December. If this is all a big viral marketing campaign to announce Back to the Future 4, count me in. I will forgive them for getting my hopes up with hoverboards. I am going to have to say this is a hoax, but I still want to believe.

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Intimacy 2.0 Clothes that Reveal How You Feel

The future cannot come quick enough as far as I am concerned. This is intimacy 2.0. Clothes that become invisible when you are horny. Studio Roosegaarde is the fashion studio responsible for the concept and design of these dresses. It is an interesting idea, but personally I want to see the clothes come off as the Love Bra does. The problem is that the clothes are still there. It is a tease, an illusion of nudity. It makes for some interesting fashion. But I know science can do more than turn fabric transparent.

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This Bra is going to help you find Love!

The Japanese created a bra that figures out when you are in love. This bold claim comes from Japanese company Ravijour. Inside the bra are sensors that read the users heart rate. These sensors then transmit the data via blu-tooth to their bra app that you would install on your phone. The app then creates a biometric profile for the wearer which they can use to tell when a woman is in love. This profile would be specific to each woman so when her heart rate starts to beat at a certain rate for a certain amount of time the bra will open itself up. It is a “revolutionary bra that knows how women truly feel.”

I don’t know much about the science aspect of it; but, I do love any innovation that leads to women getting topless faster!

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Euro Trip: Russian Climbers Get Really High

Life’s about having peak experiences and feeling natural highs. One of those highs comes from climbing really tall structures and tasting how the air feels as you gaze upon the breath-taking view. These Russian photographer-climbers made their trip across Europe by scaling some of the highest buildings like the Cologne Cathedral and the Great Pyramids of Egypt. Their trip was sponsored by mobile communications company called Tele2 (to test signal strength) and we’re grateful they took pictures along the way. Especially since the penalty for climbing the Pyramids of Giza carries a penalty of 1-3 years in jail. Enjoy, and consider how you can enjoy some natural highs on your next trip.

Photos by Vadim Mahora and Vitali Raskalovym

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TROPICAL ISLANDS INDOOR RESORT BRINGS WARM BEACHS TO EASTERN GERMANY

Krausnick, Germany is a cold place during the winter, but it’s a whole different story inside the Tropical Islands indoor resort. The aptly named German vacation spot is an indoor theme park replicated to resemble popular tropical vacation spots around the world, such as Bali and Thailand. Housed entirely within an airplane hanger, the theme park opened in 2004 and serves as a nearby getaway spot for families and couples who want to enjoy warmer climates without having to fly to sunny locations found thousands of miles away from eastern Germany.

Inside, you’ll find huts and lodging as well as a rainforest, beach, lagoon and waterfalls. Known as the “tallest free-standing hall in the world,” the hanger can accommodate 6,000 visitors a day and offers restaurants, bars, and shops for adults along with water slides for the kids. To top it all off, it’s open all day, every day. There’s even an area that houses real flamingos. It’s like a fantasy land you hear about in movies, but the place really exists.

Photos courtesy of Wikipedia and DenverPost.com

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