on Jan 07, 2011 @ 03:56 pm|
This company thinks they have created a solution for partners in long-distance relationships. Introducing "Pillow-Talk" this special pair of pillows interacts with the other to via chest straps worn by each partner. The pillows allow each partner to hear the others heart beat and the pillows light up when the other partner has laid down.
The company claims that the technology will help to couples experience the same level of intimacy regardless of the geographical space between them.
What do you guys think? Could these actually work?
|uhhh on Jan 07, 2011 @ 04:12 pm|
I was in a long distance relationship with my now-husband. I would not have used this. This won't make up for those highly intellectual phone conversations:
"So, what are you doing right now?"
"Nothing, what are you doing?"
"Lying here thinking of you."
"Oh yeah, me too!"
Except that talking on the phone is still better.
|Agreed on Jan 07, 2011 @ 04:23 pm|
Haha, I agree. Mike and I have been long-distance from the start and I don't think we've missed out by not having these pillows.
|lol on Jan 09, 2011 @ 03:43 am|
sorry but i sort of snorted out laughter watching the video... does that make me mean and insensitive?
i love my nonsensical phone chats (mamaluv were you listening in on my conversation? ;) ) and this...just a bit funny :)
maybe more than a bit ..lol