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Love the Way u lie P 2 by UT ub.poke@gmail.com

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Just Dance 2014 “I Need Your Love” by Calvin Harris Ft. Ellie Goulding (DLC) -Xbox 360 Kinect-

My next gameplay, I Need Your Love! :D I love this song and I’m very pleased to have it! :D The very secon song from Calvin Harris since Just Dance 1! :D I’m…
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PERVERTED ROBOT LOVE (Hide & Seek with Friends #1)

Enjoy the video? Consider leaving a like! ← Who didn’t love hiding from your friends and parents as a kid?! Now you can do it in a game with your friends a…
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PERVERTED ROBOT LOVE (Hide & Seek with Friends #1)

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PERVERTED ROBOT LOVE (Hide & Seek with Friends #1)

PERVERTED ROBOT LOVE (Hide & Seek with Friends #1)

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TCAD – we found love

TCAD - we found love

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Bra Clasp Only Unhooks When ‘True Love’ Is Detected

true-love-bra.jpg This is a bra developed by Japanese lingerie producer Ravijou that has a front clasp that will just launch when “true love” is found by means of an unique heart-rate screen and magical algorithms. But exactly what if you’re going to bed alone and just do not desire to rest in your bra ?!

The bra includes a sensor which monitors your heart rate and other vitals, the information is regularly sent through Bluetooth to a smart phone which processes the information utilizing a special app and determines the heart rate elevation making use of unique algorithms and preset data and it is only when your heart has actually really discovered that unique someone would it beat in a means that the app would recognize and wirelessly unhook the bra. Ladies can unwind as not any changes in heart rates will unhook the bra as the experts at Ravijour state it is only when a woman falls in true love does she get excited enough for the Adrenal Medulla to secrete Catecholamine which influences the autonomic nerve and enhances the heart rate which is found by the sensing unit and processed by the specifically established iOS app.

I question it really works that well. Except around me. Around me bras would be popping off left and right, however I can not have that because then exactly what would my girlfriend think? Probably about slapping me for looking at an additional female’s boobs. * smack * Jesus– I thought she was hatching out a chestburster, truthful! Keep going for a weird video about the bra that made me feel uncomfortable.

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Hello Kitty Themed Apple iPad Mini Folio with “Kitty Says I Love You” in Pink (leather inner holding frame, 4x angle stand)

Hello Kitty Themed Apple iPad Mini Folio with “Kitty Says I Love You” in Pink (leather inner holding frame, 4x angle stand)

Hello Kitty Themed Apple iPad Mini Folio with

  • Exclusively designed for use with the Apple iPad Mini
  • Scratch- and water-resistant PU leather cover
  • Interior lined with soft cloth material. Inner rubber shell
  • Magnetic cover lock
  • Extra features include sleep/wake cover and integrated stand

- Exclusively designed for use with the Apple iPad Mini
- Scratch- and water-resistant PU leather cover
- Striking Hello Kitty pattern
- Magnetic cover lock
- Interior lined with soft microfiber material
- Inner rubber shell holds the tablet secure
- Cutouts for all iPad buttons, ports, speakers and rear-camera
- Multiple-angle tablet stand for viewing in landscape format

List Price: $ 29.95

Price: $ 4.00

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Purple Love Design Crystal Hard Skin Case Cover for HTC Windows Phone 8X

Purple Love Design Crystal Hard Skin Case Cover for HTC Windows Phone 8X

Purple Love Design Crystal Hard Skin Case Cover for HTC Windows Phone 8X

  • Made of durable hard plastic for lasting protection against scratches, scrapes, bumps and other types of damage
  • Includes accurate, device-specific cutouts that provides full access to all the features of your HTC 8X (GSM)
  • Features secure clips that allows the case to snap on directly the device
  • Purple Love design made to accent and compliment the look of the HTC 8X (GSM)
  • Compatible with: HTC 8X (GSM)

The HTC 8X (GSM) Purple Love Hard Plastic Case is a durable and stylish solution for keeping your device secure and protected at all times. The case features accurate cutouts to allow full, unrestricted access to all the functions on the HTC 8X (GSM) and comes with secure clips that attach directly to the surface of the device. Hard plastic construction and a snap-on design keeps your device safe from scratches, dents and other types of damage, keeping your HTC 8X (GSM) scratch-free and in like new condition. The cover also features a Purple Love design made to accent the HTC 8X (GSM), giving the device a customized, new look. Stylish, protective and durable, the HTC 8X (GSM) Purple Love Hard Plastic case is a great way to add a custom look that fits your unique style while keeping your HTC 8X (GSM) protected and secure.

List Price: $ 2.66

Price: $ 2.66

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I’ve Learned To Love (Wearables) Again

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As a dedicated watch nerd, I felt that smartwatches were, on the whole, awful. A watch was a watch – if made correctly and correctly handled it’s a miracle of technology in its own right. The movement, the face, the metals, the design – all of these came together in a beautiful whole. There was nothing extraneous in a good watch and most watch nerds know this.

So when watches like the Pebble, the Galaxy Gear, and the Omate came out, I was skeptical at best. Who needed these little wrist computers. Am I Dick Tracy, in need of constant contact with base? I have enough screens in my face, I don’t need my watch to ping me with new emails.

I was wrong.

What changed? The Pebble got so much better. Before the Pebble could bring you text messages and had intermittent connectivity to your email account. I have a huge email box and I get about four hundred emails a day. I needed more email notifications like I needed a hole in the head. In fact I turned off my notifications on my iPhone and even removed the unread badge from the mail icons. I just couldn’t handle the crush.

So a watch that reminded me that I had 1,000 unread emails was not something I wanted.

Then the new PebbleOS appeared in November. People raved. I almost didn’t upgrade. I had put the Pebble on my desk, uncharged, and figured it would join my SPOT watches and Palm Pilot watch in the box ‘o’ dead smartwatches. Then, on a whim, I plugged it in and updated. I went to the Pebble app to find out how to add my email inboxes again and found nothing there – just a tutorial on how to update my notifications to make them appear on the Pebble. While I was busy grump using about how stupid wearables were, these guys had made some major changes.

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Suddenly all the notifications I cared about appeared on the watch screen. Things I wanted to see I could see, things I didn’t want to see were hidden. This very basic change – from firehose to a la carte – was immensely valuable. I wear the Pebble regularly now. Sometimes I wear the Pebble on one wrist or one of my mechanical watches on the other. I’ve learned to depend on the Pebble in a way that I never have with other wearables. It is at once exhilarating and freeing.

That’s when wearables get good: when they become part of our lives. The Google Glass, as charming as it is, is still too wonky for daily use by non-die-hards. Wrist computers and phones – devices that have been with us for years – are still too big and battery-hungry. The Pebble, like the Fitbit before it, is just right.

I always counted wearables out. I never thought they’d become useful. But now, when facing a brave new era in notification technology, I’m cowed. Smartwatches make perfect sense and they will only get better.

I want something that can do it all. I want the Pebble to measure my heart rate, my sleep patterns, and my steps. I also want a more vibrant notifications system, with different methods for different people. I want more standalone features – maybe world time – and I want the battery to last a little longer. But, in the end, I’m really pleased. Pebble has finally turned the corner and I think competitors aren’t far behind. In the immortal words of Farmer Hoggart, “That’ll do, Pebble. That’ll do.”

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