Except, of course, you two can be on opposite sides of the world. An app (not quite ready for normal people usage) can send some designated scents to make you think of your honey.
And, of course, if you need things done to you—it's easy to have someone control your vibrator remotely.
All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.
It's akin to bumpin' uglies while blasting some bass heavy beats in your room.
The whole karma thing is nothin but a social status. One of the newest entries in an increasingly crowded field, the very plain text editor marries minimalism with meticulousness, carving out a very nice concept built around a a clean, smart workspace.
The higher your karma, the more attention you'll probably get (sadly). So if you're rich and have no life, spend hundreds of dollars on your karma to be famous 😏 no one will remember you anyway, lol. Serious writers will undoubtedly be frustrated by the lack of features, but for notes and short blog entries, Paragraphs proves to be a worthy client.
Iain Morrison, 33, from Hull, was shocked to see the messages pop up within 15 minutes of starting up his son’s IPad when he decided to have a look at the “seemingly innocent” game after reading an article about it online.
The former Hull KR player said he believes the game – dubbed the new Minecraft which is aimed at children aged between eight and 12 years old – is being used by adults looking to meet up with children.