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Friday, 02 July 2010 10:10

iPad can cure premature ejaculation

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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There's an app for that
Apple would very much like to make the world think that the iPad is a solution to everything. That, we knew.  Now, however, it has come to our attention that the much talked about tablet can cure premature ejaculation as well. Now that we didn’t know.

Apparently, a $5 app by a Brit hypnotherapist Darren Marks will help you with such issues, although some might argue that this is probably the least urgent problem Apple’s customers have. The app will, in author’s words, help you “take control of your mind and body and become a great lover.”

The app comes with audio and video hypnosis sessions that should relieve anxiety and nerves deemed the culprits for the “illness”. It features appropriate accompanying audio and images, which should further relieve the stress. Unfortunately, nobody mentions how do you reveal the stress of having purchased an iPad, but we suspect an iPad app for such a thing wouldn’t quite fare well.

Isn’t it strange though, how a worthless piece of stylized plastic despite its severe limitations, still manages to hold up in the eyes of many as the greatest thing since sliced bread. So what’s next, Jobs’ tablet has more wisdom than Moses’?

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