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OMG! It's a Keyboard for Blondes


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Major Payne

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Blondes have suffered decades of ridicule, but it's time they embrace the jokes. When it comes to a hot-pink boost of self-confidence (or at least a few good laughs), the Keyboard for Blondes may do the trick.

The all-pink keyboard swaps out standard keys with funnier, dumber key names. The backspace key now says "Oops!" and the entire row of function keys spells out USELESS KEYS. Hit the "$" sign and you get the sound of a cash register clinking.

Blondes can even get a little technical and use special keys that type out "OMG," "ALI" (Absolutely Love It!) or "XOXO." My favorite? The caps lock key now says: "Warning! size XXL letters."


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Edited by Major Payne, 26 December 2008 - 02:38 PM.

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Wonder what Kat will have to say when she sees this... *Transience runs and hides...

Edited by Transience, 26 December 2008 - 02:44 PM.

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ha ha... but I like this one better


So you think you're a good typist? Consider trying the new keyboard designed by programmer Daniel Guermeur. If you're alarmed by the fact that none of the keys are labeled, you may be closer to the hunt-and-peck category than to what Guermeur's Web site says is the ideal customer for the device: the "uber geek."



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Wonder what Kat will have to say when she sees this... *Transience runs and hides...

Ut-oh. Forgot about Kat. *Looking for shovel to dig deep fox hole!
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I rarely look at the keyboard when I type, so either of those wouldn't fuss me (except you'd never see me typing on a pink keyboard).

I sure know some in-laws (or rather, "out-laws") who could do with that pink one though! :)

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