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y3lom 2 years ago
because getting a normal watch is too mainstream
dariodexter 2 years ago
Dumbest thing I've ever seen, and I've seen some dumb shit in my life. Like, why? Just...why???
Baboon 2 years ago
interesting, but magnets MAY harm your Ipod, so you'll finish harming your health and your Ipod...
Oddi 2 years ago
One last implant remains.. a brain. Even a small one will do the job for him
xzebte 2 years ago
Are you serious? Planting a magnet in the wrist to hold iPod instead of just buying an iPod watch
cptcvman 2 years ago
That's pretty dam cool. I would of kept it hidden under the skin completely, maybe a broad flat base to not place too much pressure on your skin, after all I wouldn't want it to pinch or anything. Wonder what the long term effects would be with iron in the blood and all. Maybe it would build up metal debris on it like the magnet in a transmission, maybe I'm over estimating the amount of iron in our blood?
MajorIdea 2 years ago
This is how the borg empire began.
Malakyte 2 years ago
The iStuff are changing every 2 years and also shrinking in size. Will he proceed for a self-surgery every time?
s1nn0cence 2 years ago
Lami 2 years ago
I dont get it why people are treating their own body like $#!T ...just to be different. Inferiority complex ???
Premtm 2 years ago
cameramaster 2 years ago
I wonder what the effect those magnets will have ( if any 'cos I don't know much about that sort of thing ) will have on his nervous system?
Vergetta 2 years ago
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Spenzord 2 years ago
I cannot understand why for the life of me people are slating this guy, is it your body? no so shut the fuck up and keep your opinion to yourself and stop being so fucking judgemental...
irishgek 2 years ago
#14 Yes it is your body , Yes you can do what you want but freedom is also to freedom to state your opinion and be judgemental.
The reason people are slating this guy it's because he is a fucking moron.
And that's not opinion its fact. Go see a shrink if you think otherwise or educate your self , I know some idiot who got micro dermal implants and almost lost her leg to infection ....well done world for inventing new ways to damage your own body in the pursuit of looking different.
Ill stick to my own DNA doings its job making me one of a kind , I do not need implants.
Spenzord 2 years ago
#15 It's no ones place to pass judgement on somebody elses life choices, especially over the anti social internet where clearly say what you want, i can guarantee most of the people on here if they saw this person face to face would keep their mouth shut.
It's too easy to sit in front of a monitor and say what you want.
Judge-Jake 2 years ago
Ok lets put this thing into perspective. Some people (not me I'm Chicken)seem to have an obsession with attaching bits of metal to their bodies. It all started in the western world in the sea-fareing days of yold, when sailors would wear gold earings so that they had currency where ever they went, presumably prior to someone inventing the pocket. At least the guy in the video is making some use of the metalwork unlike the pointless bits in his lips. Life is difficult enough for most people without the added complication of rust, metal fatigue and looking like a twat.
andrijazagreb 2 years ago
woowww Super Ultra Mega Cool IDIOT 1
manxman 2 years ago
whats wrong? i got a magnet up my nose to hold my shades on............not!
zsombeeee 2 years ago
Unknown 2 years ago
All he needs now ist a big fat "Help Me" tattoo or mabye an Ipod add.
2 years ago
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