Kissing Machine, The Next Facebook Feature?

Over the past year or so social networking has grown at an alarming, but most of us still find it a bit impersonal. However, a new device called the “Kissing Machine” could become the next Facebook feature. OK, so we are having a little fun with this, but you never know right? This could take off, but we very much doubt it.

The reason why this new machine has been developed is because of the online age, and how you can only show your affection to the one that you love by sending them a message or on a video chat. This is all great, but how you can never show them physically, until now. It is for this reason that the likes of Facebook could have a “Kiss Me” button to complement the “Like Me” button.

The Kissing machine requires you and the person that you love to have a device each, you then have to pick it up and then stick some sort of plastic rod in your mouth, you then can move this with your tongue, and the person who you are linked to on the Internet will notice that their device is also moving, giving you the feeling that your partner is giving you a bit of tongue action.

AOL Weird News explains that Author Andrea Demirjian is not convinced by this, and feels that machines will never be able to replace the human when it comes to kissing. We have to agree, how romantic is it to place a big plastic box to your mouth and start to smooch — it will be like trying to have a drink from a juice box?

Do you think the Kissing Machine will ever take off?

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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