h a l f b a k e r y
On the one hand, true. On the other hand, bollocks.
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You don't get on well with your spouse, but you've still got the kids
think of. You can't run and you can't hide: but you can paper over
him or her with VR. When you don the helmet, maybe he/she
vanishes completely, or just gets a face-over, removing that look
revulsion. (See wedding
photo) Meanwhile, aurally, you only get
jist of what he/ she says, sieved of the hostile tones/ Perjoratives,
sprinkling of endearments added.
Soon enough, the stress levels fall. you start to think, maybe we
do this? Still live together in 67 square feet? Noticing the
smile, hearing gentle snorts, you crane in for a peck on the cheek.
Suddenly you lose your front teeth. (These helmets need grilles
maybe) Then you give your spouse a VR helmet as well.
[theircompetitor, Sep 27 2017]
||Innovative, but totally not the solution.
Here's the rule of thumb:
If you can stand the sound of your potential partners' eating, you stand a chance.
||After twenty years of the same woman and I living together we suddenly find ourselves looking at spending the winter in our camper until we can find our next place.
I think we'll be fine.
||<sluuurp smack phht, burp>
||Spouse of black widow to his lady: " no honey, I got nothing
against the munching sound, that's not the issue"
||I do not know where to start, other than you greening up the grass for the single...
||develop robot girlfriend technologies...
||"Too bad she won't live ... then again, who does ?"