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Tuesday, 15 May 2012 10:31

Apple fanboydom reaches new low

Written by Nick Farrell



Connect the toys to your body?


Just when you think that the sense of perspective of Apple fanboys can't get more extreme, one of them does something even dafter. A professional body piercer Dave Hurban has worked out a way of attaching his iPod to his arm.

The 21 year old implanted four metal studs in the skin of his wrist and secured his iPod to them magnetically. He claims to have invented a truly strapless watch and set the display a clock. The press is reporting how he mapped out the four corners of the iPod on his arm and then inserted four titanium studs into his skin. Once the incisions healed, he popped on his iPod, which is held in place magnetically.

Hurban posted his "How To" video on YouTube, where it has been viewed nearly 900,000 times by similar fanboys who see to emulate his dedication. Of course when Apple stops making the iPod, which should be happening soon, Hurban is screwed. Sheesh next it will be Steve Jobs tattooed on your nob that way he will be able to continue to shaft people after his death.

Nick Farrell

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