If you smacked an apple logo on those it would be $600
@I Am Captain Obvious, here
Your comment is now worth $299
@I Am Captain Obvious, that's ridiculous. It's functional! They'd charge at least $1200.
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, but it will break when the new one comes out
@green shirt guy, only if you update
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, woah how'd you do that
@DwayneTheCockJohnson, so if the earbuds gain $441 worth of value with the Apple logo that means captain's comment was worth $-142 before you added the logo. Heh.
@Millzop, Yeah, that sounds pretty accurate.
If it's run on the same thing as google translate then you're gonna have a bad time.
@AndorraBall, maybe, but you won't understand it
If this actually works, that would be amazing. You think it can translate Braille and sign language too?
@OrphanCrippler44, you can't hear those, so no.
@OrphanCrippler44, that would be more in the realm of those Google glasses.
Does "nail shop" mean nail salon or hardware store?
@MrJonnySmash, nail salon. Primarily owned/operated by Vietnamese nail techs
I've never understood finna
@fatem, it's because finally is such a long word and also very difficult to pronounce correctly.
@Cobaltqube, actually "finna" is short for "fixing to". (Ex: I'm finna eat that burger)
@Im Mom, fixing to and finally are the same context. Still don't understand the shortening of the word(s) to save a couple of letters.
"I'm fixing to go to the store" implies you're about to go to the store
"I'm finally going to go to the store" implies it's something you've been putting off for a while, so no, not really the same context.
Finna is just slang for something you are about to do: about to, going to, fixing to. There isn't really a "finally to" since finally isn't an adverb in its own right
@Not him again, you're right. I stand corrected.
This was already invented and since it's not apple it's probably cheaper.... and also compatible with all phones
Nail shop does what now?
@Downvote Trash, Korean ladies love talking shjt
@I Am Captain Obvious, Ah