Website lets you print greetings on women's boobs. Why didn't we think of it years ago?

Website lets you print greetings on women's boobs. Why didn't we think of it years ago?
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Excuse me, the greeting is up here.

You may have been distracted by something in that video, but yes. It's true. You can now pay the small amount of $9.99 and have a real life human being deliver a message in the exact spot you're staring at anyway.

It's called Tittygram.com, and it marks the end of civilization as we know it. If you thought Twitter had ruined everyone's attention span, just wait until you hear that you may only use a max of 35 characters with this service. That's exactly 1/4 of what you could do with a tweet. Except there are also boobs distracting you. Seems like the character limit should vary more depending on how much room there is to write.

So, congratulations to the Moscow-based company for figuring out a way to sort of save print media. But, also, to probably destroy it. Along with a lot of people's self-respect. Including the company Burger King, which has already used the service to promote their business with the message: "I love Burger King."

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