iPhone Zips Will Let You Unzip Jeans to See Naughty Bits
Jun 03, 2009 14:43
Jake Landon got it all wrong with Zips Lite, yet another useless application for iPhone that we like anyway. His app will let you unzip jeans to uncover what's inside.
Unfortunately, he only included men underpants. How wrong is that? Wrong enough for me to do an alternative take (pictured) and hold my breath for the pay version, which—according to him—will allow you to put any picture in there. Oh yes. You know what I mean. After all, they call it a fly because it takes you up to heaven. [iTunes App Store via Krapps]
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