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iPad humour

Apple’s new gadget has sparked off numerous jokes, thanks to a name that sounds like a feminine hygiene product.

By:HINDUSTAN TIMES
| Updated on: Feb 02 2010, 01:25 IST

It's the hottest new gadget on the block, but it's not just techies who are going gaga over the iPad — the jokesters are having a ball, too. Ever since the iPad released, jokes on the fact that the iPad can be taken to sound more like a
tampon than a slick new computer have become a rage online, so much so that the term 'iTampon' was the third most-talked about trend on Twitter on Wednesday evening!

Here are some of the most popular jokes doing the rounds:
But does it have wings?

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The iPad looks pretty good. It's also more absorbent than the others.

iPad lets your imagination 'take wing'.

iPad offers a 'slim silhouette that will keep up with you, even on heavy data flow days'.

It's so beautiful when an electronics company finally becomes a woman.

Yes, the iPad is small, lightweight and slim. But can you swim with it?

If you and your friends all buy one, will they 'sync up'?

What would you call an iPad that runs on Mac OS? — Mac'siPad.

If anyone asks why I'm telling iPad jokes, just tell them I'm going with the flow.


— Compiled by Rahul Sabharwal

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First Published Date: 01 Feb, 16:00 IST
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