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Using a Sausage On Your iPhone

samzenpus posted more than 4 years ago | from the it's-not-all-flowers-and-sausages dept.

Apple 4

Weemz writes "This is the best use of a sausage and technology I have seen today. From the article: 'Too cold to take your gloves off? No problem, try a frozen, individually wrapped Hot Dog. Seoul, Korea; CJ Corporation's "Max Rod" sales are soaring as Koreans have discovered that they are quite effective for operating iPhones in cold weather. Max Rods are individually wrapped, frozen sausages that have replaced the need for an iPhone stylus or iPhone gloves. Once back indoors, this handy stylus becomes a not so light snack! Funnier than watching a subway car of people tapping their iPhones with frozen meat-sticks is reading the Google translation of the original news article.'"

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So... (1)

n30na (1525807) | more than 4 years ago | (#31145466)

Does the end of the sausage have to be bare for this to work? Just curious.

Re:So... (1)

kdogg73 (771674) | more than 4 years ago | (#31154862)

I works better unprotected, but you run the risk of making a mess.

Ummm... what? (1)

fireball84513 (1632561) | more than 4 years ago | (#31145584)

Wait, is there a reason for using a "meat stick" over an iPhone stylus, or do these people just like the potty humor that comes with it?

funny (1)

suzieque (1740694) | more than 4 years ago | (#31220820)

That is rather amusing actually, so there is more than one use for a frozen sausage, guys!!
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