Boob Job app for iPhone smartphone with breast augmentation
Breast augmentation is expensive and time-consuming — and can’t just be done to strangers on the street. So what are you supposed to do if you really want to see how someone would look with a slightly larger chest? Reach for your iPhone, of course!
With an iPhone app appropriately named Boob Job you can give anyone a little lift and boost.
All you need to do is install the app — you can get it from the Apple App Store for a dollar — and find or take a photo of your lucky patient. Then you’ll just swipe, drag, and pinch your fingers against your iPhone’s screen a few times and — tada! — breast augmentation surgery complete.
I decided to try out the app on fellow blogger Whitson Gordon who — while clever and delightfully witty — isn’t exactly in possession of breasts that would make Pamela Anderson envious. I snatched a photo off his Facebook page, opened it in the Boob Job app, dragged some circles onto his chest, and resized them appropriately. Then I tapped some vaguely marked buttons on the next screen to increase the selected parts and add a little highlight along the newly created curves.
You can see Whitson’s pre-virtual-surgery and post-virtual-surgery photos above. The final result won’t tempt any Victoria’s Secret modeling scouts, but it makes for a great laugh.
You’d be forgiven for thinking Wimbledon was the only sporting event taking place at the moment — but that would be doing a massive disservice to the world toe wrestling championship. (Telegraph)
The guys at NASA have some pretty amazing tech to play with — like this Robotic lander prototype which recently completed an autonomous test flight. (Daily Mail) (YouTube)
An artist has won acclaim after stripping off and having her photo taken in a range of situations which she says is a way of conquering her fears. (Daily Mail)
Scientists from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Applied Astronomy Institute say they expect us to encounter alien civilisations within the next two decades. (Asylum)
Hitting a speedily hurled baseball has always looked hard enough to us, but this player managed to hit a ball twice — in what we are assured is a rather rare occurrence. (Blippitt) (YouTube)
Is that a cool concept or what?
134 Hour Live Streaming TV with the Norwegian Coast and Fjord Cruise Line “Hurtigruten” from one end to another in Norway.
It will run for 5 DAYS!!!
Hurtigruten Live TV from Norway 134 Hours or 5 Days from June 16 2011
Follow the Norwegian Hurtigruten journey online and learn more here
A dog which was rescued at sea off the coast of Kesennuma, Japan, on Friday after being found drifting on a roof is believed to have survived for three weeks after being washed away by the killer tsunami triggered by the March 11 earthquake. Coast guard members aboard a helicopter involved in the day’s search for those still missing after the disaster found the dog on the roof drifting along some 1.8 kilometres off Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture. It took several hours to catch the dog and bring him to the safety of a coastguard vessel. The dog’s collar has no clues about the owner such as address and contact numbers.
Seriously, why are games so addictive on computers and/or over the Internet? I’m even hooked on an online version of Trivial Pursuit now! http://free-games-list.blogspot.com/2011/03/trivial-pursuit-free-online-game-six.html
Trivial Pursuit online in a web version
Have either of you ever played that particular version of Trivial Pursuit? I ask, not because of any weird rules or particularly tough questions in it, but because of the opponent – The Teddybear… Well, the teddy bear and it’s moves more precisely.
Who put that in there? Funny as hell though, and maybe that’s why I’ve become addicted to this game?
Thought this Charlie Sheen halloween cartoon was pretty hilarious. Sporty enough, so did he!
(Don’t forget to see the Halloween outcome of this cartoon)
Charlie Sheen Cartoon - Charlie Sheen for Halloween
Coca-Cola, the great producer of carbonated soft drinks simply known as Coke.
Yet what actually goes into Coke has always been a mystery. Until now:
The secret ingredient of Coca-Cola in pictures