I’ve recently heard a few people bemoaning the real-life applicability of skills learned in school, and to an extent I agree. There are large swathes of information I “learned” at school which left my head after exams at speeds akin to last night’s Chinese food this morning. However, there are a lot of skills I would never have learned at school and it’s probably impractical for school to teach them to us. How can you timetable in life lessons such as the one-handed bra removal when heavily inebriated but keen to impress a woman at least 3 points above you on a scale of 1-10, for example? That’s something you have to learn as you grow up. Some of us are still learning.
That’s something we men may never actually have the opportunity to practice and learn if this Japanese lingerie manufacturer have their way with the True Love bra which only unlocks when the wearer believes she is in “true love” with the person removing it. Ravijour claim that the bra “knows how women feel”, which is surely evidence that the company is run by women because no man could ever claim to have created a product with this kind of knowledge. The video below may explain more, but it can’t tell you how a woman with low self esteem takes the bra off herself. File this one under: “pointless innovation.” [Source]