In-Car GPS Now Aids Navigation of Female Anatomy

Written by Q. William Bacon

Monday, 22 November 2010

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Mapping software can aid the teenage male

The inexperienced backseat Romeo need no longer feel alone. In newer car models, he can be assisted by the on-board navigation system. The new system will include complete cartographic coverage of the female body and feature all standard functions such as zoom-in, voice control, aerial view, obstacles to be avoided, and turn-by-turn vocal instructions.

The new system is a less expensive alternative to the General Motors OnStar System. OnStar offers the naive Casanova in flagrante delicto instructions via two-way voice communications with a live operator anywhere in North America.

But OnStar billing plans have limited monthly minutes. This puts potentially disastrous pressure on the young male explorer. He prefers the computerized system, where he can ease the pressure by pre-setting routes and checkpoints beforehand. Also, the computer can, given the aspiring Don Juan's current speed, calculate an estimate of his time of arrival.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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