Monday, April 1, 2013 4:59:22 PM
The Daily Mail version would be even more amusing - it can provide a list of "useful" homeopathic remedies for whatever ailment you imagine you have; in-built earbuds play soothing (probably patriotic or religious) music to drown out anyone saying anything that might challange your views; offers a selection of form letters and appropriate email addresses to send complaints to every time you see someone of a different race or dressed in a way you don't approve of; and automatically labels any and every object you look at as being either a cause or cure for cancer. ;p
Monday, April 1, 2013 1:38:18 PM
For English readers, not quite so funny, as this is what life will be like when the new Office of Press Regulation (or Oppress) takes over Fleet Street.All the news the lefties at The Grauniad and Hacked Off think fit to print.
Monday, April 1, 2013 10:03:59 AM
Hmm, their slogan "Life's too short to think for yourself" sounds remarkably compelling and entirely true. I`m going to say that this is obviously a genuine product...unavailable in any stores.