Man Implants Magnets In His Arm To Affix iPod
A tattoo artist has implanted magnets into his arm so that he can wear an iPod Nano without a strap. A tattoo is forever, but as acknowledged by the artist, the current model of the iPod Nano won’t be forever, meaning he could have inserted magnets into his arm that affix an item that could some day in his life be obsolete. That would be bad news! But not the worse news possible.
3 Things Worse Than Implanting Magnets In Your Arm To Wear An iPod
1. Implanting magnets in your arm to wear less popular devices like a Microsoft Zune. Or Colecovision. Or a Hasbro Easy-Bake Oven. All of these items might have seemed like perfect things to attach to your arm in earlier decades (in the case of the Easy Bake oven, I mean seemed like a good idea to a four-year old), but as time goes by, we learn that technology becomes smaller, meaning that as time goes by, the tattoo artist would have a needlessly excessive amount of magnets imbedded in his arm. Presumably, that Easy-Bake oven would require a lot more magnets than the iPod, which would be great if you were lost in a forest at age four (hey, free cake to survive upon until help comes along), but might be bad at age 21, when the magnets screw up your compass, and have you walking into the nearest Blair Witch Project-rip-off straight-to-DVD production shoot.
2. Implanting magnets in your arm to wear your latest status symbol: an American Express Black Card. Looks great until you try to impress a girl by putting a double-wide on what turns out to be your only credit card, and the magnets destroyed the magnetic strip, making the card unreadable!
3. Implanting magnets to your entire body to wear the latest Justin Bieber fridge magnets. People who are not very smart might think this is cool, but the same people may also confuse you for a refrigerator. Which would be annoying because every time they tried to put a half-finished can of Bud in the fridge, the can would just stick to your body, potentially getting you in all kinds of trouble with the law on your next drive to the Justin Bieber Fridge Magnet Emporium (formerly known as Hot Topic).
Posted on May 14, 2012, in Business, Health, Humor and tagged Black Card, Blair Witch Project, Body Piercings, Colecovision, Easy Bake Oven, Hasbro, Hot Topic, Humor, iPod, Justin Bieber, Magnets, Nano, Tattoos, Zune. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.