In the family of i-products... the iQuit serves a definite purpose... though one which is still an incredible secret. At the latest estimates, the iQuit manages to fill those areas of doubt from which many people find themselves dodging and weaving. Most times presenting itself as per such instances, when there is a failed point of order... and more so when it is that a person has ranted and raved themselves into a corner of unforgiveness from their own decision and action. Most often then displaying the worth value of such a mechanism as the iQuit, in then continuing to insist the owner/user of the iQuit is somehow correct - and thus 'victorious' in some stretch of human cognate. Even in the face of, and in light of substantial proofs to the contrary. Even and most especially within their own presented reasoning.

In so many words... it supposedly 'un-paints people in the corner' of which they have painted themselves into.

A topical quick fix for the consistent results of 'the monkey and the apple.'

Microsoft would have had one to the market first... but the product name was just too long for the marketing team to swiftly move along with it although it is on the market as well - known as the 'Condensed Geneva Convention-isering-dillything-a-ma-jigger-a-phone.'

I hear Melinda just couldn't get past an affinity with the name?

Either can be purchased at any software outlet for a relative bargain considering the benefits of application. The common market price being somewhere in the area of a couple of gameboard hundred dollar bills. Any gameboard denomination is just fine.

Ease of use and application are a major selling point... since the fake money renders a 'lick and stick' color decal that the purchaser/user applies to their forehead... then post hence such actions, all other humans are to regard them as victorious, untainted, correct and utterly the coolest thing ever! Not to mention - actual contributors to something beyond the reach's of consumer hell.

Unfortunately, it wasn't deemed economic to include a customary strip of cheap bubble gum in the bundle in either case. But the 'up-side' is that people don't have to carry around some silly piece of electronic pollution to obtain the benefits.

And then further... the impact to the atmosphere is extremely minimalized, since the only semi-permanent waste is the small wax paper backing on the lick and stick decal. A half life that is a considerable step in magnificent directions regarding modern communications technology.
Protag: "My iQuit is almost wearing off! If we want more cheap beer, we better get another one!"

Antag: "Don't sweat it, dude... we can use mine! Mine is still rockin' it hard! Just don't look straight at anyone... Hey! There are some chicks over there.... let me lick your forehead.... then we will pick up on them!"
by Nefarious Aflatus March 25, 2009

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