How far can you go to worship your favorite Apple device? A man from New Jersey demonstrated whimsical creativity as he inserted tiny magnets into his arm to hold his iPod Nano.
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Attention w_hor_es with no respect for their body. Disgusting. I can't take these people seriously.
@rubbishtattoeed:I do like your viewpoint on how everyone else who doesn't enjoy the things you like is a terrible human being. It really draws out your personable nature. If I could find you, I would more than like to be friends! From what it seems, you are indeed the most amazing person in the world, free from mental health issues and top notch at noticing other people's problems.And your piece about the magnets! Uncanny! It's like you are a medical doctor and know that the incredibly small magnets that this man has put within his arm is going to cause him undue stress in his life. Unlike those wrist bands thousands of people wear with larger magnets, this man will surely suffer dire consequences.But alas, you are right my dear friend... I have thought of suicide and I do have tattoos.. But harken a smile, for it is not the tattoos that dwell within my skin that hide the sadness of my demise. Rejoice! Rejoice, for it is your stupidity on pretty much everything you've written that has made me lose my will to survive.
@rubbishtattoed.. why on earth did you post that? i am not usually drawn to read utter rubbish but frankly, you have surpassed all attempts made by millions of dreadful authors, who, through the ages have tried to string together two paragraphs of words that, irrespective of context, will remain wholly devoid of merit or meaning. you have proven that given enough time, an infinite number of chimpanzees sat at an infinite number of typewriters, one would write the complete works of shakespeare. your comment is the first piece the first chimp would have written..you should get out more..a neat article by rt other than that..
All these piercings, tattooing, and other ways of inflicting upon oneself body damage, perforating 'Neepples' (ee = i), any part of the body is a way of self destruction. People suffering from depression often do that, they call themselves "cutters", they do it to translate the pain that they suffer from depression to the pain inflicted by themselves. It is like "suiciding" bit by bit. Tatooing oneself, by inserting poison into your tissues proves a rejection of the body, and lack of care for it. It also shows the need they have to be seen by others in a way to make themselves be "different" from the rest seeking to compensate the lack of self esteem. You can also see girls around who show tattoos on their Vreasts, their botT tom, or close to the genitals. They do it to appear as sexually inhibited and cool while at the same time enjoying the provocation, again because they need to be passing messages to others to let them know about them.Ins erting a magnet in the body, living close to a magnet will make you ill and develop diseases. The body functions by exchanging electrical charges, the cells of the heart move because the muscle exchange Calcium ions etc . You are perturbing your body balance by doing that in the same way that if you live close to a electrical power pole, electromagnetic fields.As you see, being insightful or being a psychologist or psychiatrist makes you realize
the amount of mentally perturbed people around. Basically 80% of people
have mental issues, many subtle, they often can't realize themselves for
lack of intelligence to analyze themselves.
Seems excessive when I'm sure they make watchstraps for that purpose, but whatever, it's his body.
How is this news worthy? Shouldn't this be on Yahoo news or something?
I don't really know much about this kind of thing.... I was just wondering..... how does that not get infected?
I didn't know velcro straps were that annoying. Wonder what that does to your body over a lifetime. I like tattoos but for some reason I can't stomach putting objects underneath your skin, but that's why people of this planet are so diverse. To each his own....
Piercings and tattoos are disgusting.
Thats nothing! I go jogging without my 13 inch macbook coming off.
Sticky baked Velcro works better.
sweeeet!! i want one
A recent report on "The Onion" was titled: "Apple introduces new iHand;)
As an unrepentant Linux fanboy I knew Apple fanatics weren't right in the head but this is ridiculous.
This is RT and any form of expression that doesn't fit a rigid, closed minded and traditional mold will be met with swift condemnation. As young and tattooed professional I would like to express my support for this gentleman. I would then like to flip the bird to all older people who will feel the need to call the aforementioned gentleman a punk. The world needs less people like you.
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