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Significant advances in technology :P
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Significant advances in technology :P

"a woman standing in front of a car"

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uploader: Tiw
date: 2004-10-04
Comments for: Significant advances in technology :P
allan Report This Comment
Date: October 04, 2004 11:22PM

smart camera it can see threw some cloth but not other cloth. who are you trying to fool?fake,fake,fake
aleks Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2004 04:52AM

at least u can find out quickly if she's wearing a thong or anything under...shit
Tiw Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2004 07:27AM

Thanks Allan for that observation. Everyone knows it is not real as it is meant to be a joke. If it was a real camera that could do this it would probablt be banned and would also be REALLY famous. Lighten up.
TAT2 Report This Comment
Date: October 05, 2004 01:41PM

IS THAT A STRING BETWEEN HER LEGS??
poop Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2004 12:16AM

actually this is a new fad in Japan, the pic is real but the skirt and top have those sexy images super-imposed on them
poop Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2004 12:16AM

actually this is a new fad in Japan, the pic is real but the skirt and top have those sexy images super-imposed on them
Tiw Report This Comment
Date: October 06, 2004 09:02AM

I would have said that the clothes were see-through and that either the camera had a green filter on it at the time the pic was taken or was given the green tint afterwards.
Yoyo Report This Comment
Date: October 09, 2004 02:33PM

The Sony F717 can do it. my cousin had one, and i'm seeing it...
ramjet5 Report This Comment
Date: May 22, 2005 07:24PM

Yes and they discontinued that cameras right after the press got wind of it and turned into a big deal.
They flew off the shelfs once the public found out and sold out within a matter of hours.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: June 04, 2006 04:24AM

Right On