Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
Lot of people, especially the Japanese are working on sex robots.
Must have been a guy who dressed her.
Kid: Yes, that was my insinuation. I've read that the Japanese have been having difficulty connecting with the opposite sex to the point that they'd rather use "surrogate" avenues over human ones. I'm trying to keep it clean here, but the market for the "unusual" is growing and he birthrate is down.
Jeanna: Lol. Yes, I can see it being a male tech's idea of the ideal female.
Couple quickies: I've read where young Japanese men take their Nintendo DS "girlfriend" to a hotel and actually pay double booking. Also Japanese women who pay as much as $50,000 US for a young stud to take them out and just compliment them all night.If only I had known when I was younger to learn Japanese... Arigato !
Kid: As a kid I was a science fiction fan and I wanted robotics to advance to the point where I could have a robot sidekick, but since the advent of androids and fembots, I just want to take a shower.
If they're going for stripper music, they can do better than that. As to fembots replacing prostitutes, I can see a real market for it. Dip them in peroxide or bleach between each use. You'd make a fortune in Asia, where, as you say, the whole 'lifelike female doll" was designed and produced. You need one of those Mission Impossible mask machines where you can change the identity of the fembot from Maxine Waters (for those with a serious kink issue) to Ellen Degenerate for people with gender identification problems.
LL: Lol. Yes, bleach is a prime directive in the fembot market. I'm considering owning stock in Mission Impossible masks, but not when you bring up Maxine "James Brown Wig Fan Girl" Waters and Ellen "Come By My Window" Degeneres. Sorry, that market is too narrow for my investment.
Perverted is a word that comes to mind.
Ed Bonderenka: Yes, certainly not what I expected as a sci-fi influenced child.
21st century Stepford wives?
Jan Yes, and why we need more female producers and directors.
Jan: And scientists!!!
Four years ago? Yikes!Why am I thinking of Frankenstein's Monster?
Always On Watch: My thoughts exactly. I shudder to think what they've been up to these last four years.
Yikes, I've heard about this, but this is the first time I've got to see this. Creepy is right.Have a fabulous day. ♥
Sandee: It's a sign of the times.
No, i would rather not know what’s next.
Messimimi: I hear you. It's not what I envisioned as a robot friend when I was a child.
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