Could you please push Slog posters through this?...
this is so genius
You sure, #2? Because I have the feeling you would hard-core fail those tests.
I am generally against barriers to ill-advised, drunken emails. I don't send or receive any, sadly, but I'm sure that I would enjoy the unintentional hilarity if I did.
Brilliant. Now if I could get it set up on my ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend's email account, I'd be happy.
Actually, the South Koreans have had breathalyzer-phones for a couple years now. Surprised they haven't shown up in the U.S. yet: http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/cellphones/lgs-cellphone-prevents-drunk-dialing-184071.php
That's funny and all, but who really can't do math this simple when they are drunk?
Oh, w7ngman. Am I going to have to come over there and teach you how to get drunk PROPERLY?
Trust me, you will not be solving any math problems.
@8: Why you gotta bust balls?
I wouldn't be able to do these sober.
This is great. I was just thinking the other day that gmail should have a "delayed-send" option where you can set it to wait a minute or two after you click send, in case you either think better of it or catch a typo at the last second (I don't know how many times I've caught an error in an e-mail with my finger on the way down to the mouse button and not been able to stop myself . . .).
Personally, sometimes when I am in the intoxicated mood, I whip out Big Brain Academy and score higher than sober. Its like my brain cells are going out in a blaze of glory as I soak them in whiskey.
ok, wonderful, but how will it keep me from drunk google chatting?
I invented this thing one night at the Cha Cha about 5 years ago. True story. Ask Kim.
I'm too good at math for this to work. Google needs to come up with an alternative. Like a literature quiz or something.
Its not teh drunken emailes I gotta trouble with, its the durnken posting on SLOSH.
@8 and @16 RTA, it has a setting for how difficult you want the questions to be.
Can I get this for text messaging?
OH MY GAWD.
I was just talking with somebody about the absolutely critical need for this invention. Oh, christ, this would have saved me some hardcore embarrassment over the years.
Aw, man. I've been advocating this invention for over a decade now. All I can say is FINALLY, and I wish I'd submitted the patent in 1996.
someone needs to let courtney love know.
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