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Drop-n-Run I love you radio

for those too shy to express their true feelings
 
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A small, inexpensive digital audio player that you can drop in someone's pocket, or bag, and that will start playing a lovesong of choice as soon as it is moved, and won't shup up until the song is finished.
neonardo, Sep 15 2003

Suitable selection http://www.lyricsti...m/lyrics/46190.html
[DrCurry, Oct 04 2004]

Unsuitable selection http://www.lyricsfr...ckhearts/72452.html
[DrCurry, Oct 04 2004]

Baked! http://www.vtk.com.hk/rec_card_1.html
Recordable greeting cards [jivetalkinrobot, Oct 04 2004]

VoiceCards.com http://www.voicecards.com/
Same thing, but you place the voice message by phone, then they mail you the card. [jivetalkinrobot, Oct 04 2004]

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       I tried that; didn't work. Sometimes girls just need to hear things from Enrique Iglesias or Lionel Richie...
neonardo, Sep 15 2003
  

       How would they know who it was from if it only played a tune?
familyslipper, Sep 15 2003
  

       You can buy cheap little plastic gizmos that belt out "Who let the dogs out? Woof! Woof! Woof! Woof!" - will that do?   

       Btw, you could always drop in an appropriate CD or cassette tape. Back in the days of 45s, I mailed my now-wife "I Just Called To Say I Love You" (she had gone back to the States), which evidently did the trick.
DrCurry, Sep 15 2003
  

       Baked. I've seen greeting cards with a recordable voice playback chip. I think they play the message when you open the card. I'll post a link when i find it.   

       UPDATE: Found it. [link-a-dink], shy-guy!
jivetalkinrobot, Sep 15 2003
  

       //greeting cards with a recordable voice playback chip

I can imagine Stephen Hawkings confusion when he starts getting a *lot* of unsolicited female interest.
custardlove, Sep 16 2003
  
      
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