In your armpit? You wouldn't want to be doing anything sweaty while wearing it then try to use the phone afterwards!
I wouldn't want a phone so close to my body anyway. I try to keep it as far away from me as possible when not using it.
Hi, Trish, yes, the yuck award indeed. And isn't an iPhone meant to be kept dry? Also wondering if this presages "ribcage dialing."
Hi, Rose, I regularly have to replace earphones too.
Hysterical! I just can't imagine the need for this??? (Okay, I can imagine a career that might warrant this. :D)
You can? You can? Oh, you must share! Please!
I suppose it's possible that a hooker might not have a pocket anywhere else??? :D
Say what?! They can't be serious. Why should ... how could ... who would?
Hi, Tiffany Rose, it's from a start-up company. I don't wish anyone bad luck in this economy, but I do think they should have gotten better advice.
Having worked at start-up companies, I understand developing unique products for a niche market you can "own." However, I honestly cannot understand the thinking behind this. For starters, wouldn't that be incredibly uncomfortable?
I would think so. You would think so. Obviously this was designed by a man.
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