The iPad, Apple's "magical" new device that's been helping people browse the internet, watch movies and listen to podcasts while kicking back in bed with a hot cup of Earl Grey as their significant other catches some Zs.
Some of those who don't have significant others, have used the device's "magic" with guaranteed results.
For this reason, it's important to carry your iPad around everywhere you go. After extensive tests, a few crushed iPad, some broken bones and a few injuries (R.I.P. Leroy), we've come up with some simple solutions for toting your iPad around. Note that these didn't work very well for us, and we actually don't recommend it. Sadly, we are just a bunch of socially awkward geeks who like to carry their gadgets around everywhere they go. Sometimes, we even like socializing.
Our initial discovery was that we do not have pockets that will hold the iPad. Our pants aren't nearly big enough, and big jeans are no longer hip. Your best bet if you go that route is to shot a a second-hand clothing store in South Los Angeles. However, because the pants went out of style 15 years ago, we cannot guarantee success with the opposite sex. In fact, you will look like a putz.
Most of us don't have jeans with cartoonishly large pockets, so we had to figure out other ways to carry around our iPad.
As we browsed the internet for a solution, we found that some other users had stuck their iPad in the front of their pants. We decided to test that out. Didn't work very well, and it made it hard to sit down or walk comfortably, though it did get some looks from the ladies. Sadly, most of them quickly walked away when we approached them.
We found a picture on the internet of someone who tried to put the iPad in their pocket:
He has cool tattoos, but the iPad in pocket doesn't work.
Our results were much less successful. The tester ended up with two broken toes, and we swore that method off. This idea was scrapped before we ever made it to field testing.
Then, we saw the Style Shirt. Style isn't the first word that comes to mind when we see it, and at $50+ we don't see how it's our most economical solution. Besides, we had to ask ourselves: "What if you spill something on your shirt?" The only members of the opposite species we saw simply decided to point and laugh when they saw us. Results: Unsuccessful.
Ol' Dave (we actually have no idea who Dave is) found one of the best ways to tote his iPad around. The plus side was that we didn't have to introduce ourselves, because our names were in plain view. Unfortunately, the 'Hello my name is‚Ä¶' just made us think "support group" so we figured it was best to stay away from that one.
Hello my name is‚Ä¶
In the end, we found that there is no idea place to just "stuff" your iPad. Especially if trying to use it's magical girl-finding powers. Luckily, we made jackasses of ourselves so you didn't have to.