6 Times Wearable Tech for the Ladies Went Hilariously Wrong

6 Times Wearable Tech for the Ladies Went Hilariously Wrong

Emotional Eating Prevention Bra

You know what I like? When my bra tells my phone to bitch at me for eating the whole sleeve of Thin Mints.

Apparently this emotional eating prevention bra measures your heart rate and transmits it to the EmoTree app (this stuff really writes itself) on your smartphone, which I assume informs you that you're upset right now. And wait: Is that a bag of Funyuns you're holding? MIGHT THAT BE CONNECTED?

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Credit Image: Sam Howzit on Flickr

And yes, it was invented by Microsoft. Why do you ask?

Rita Arens is the author of the young adult novel The Obvious Game & the deputy editor of BlogHer.com. Find more at www.ritaarens.com.

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