HTC First, whose another name is Facebook Phone, turned out so unpopular that AT&T, for one day, decided to lower its price from $99 to 99 cents. Despite their sacrificing effort, the phone hasn't been sold well due to the fact that Facebook Home isn't user-friendly at all. According to a specialist, Facebook Phone series will be discontinued soon, and unsold boxes of the phone will be returned to the manufacturer.
With the super-sexy dress that exposed her bust line almost completely, she grabbed all attention in the 16th Busan International Film Festival held in South Korea.
Despite the fact that she didn't intend to sexually appeal herself to the country's media with her dress, as a result, she's received not only positive replies, but also negatine ones.
Since it was her first time to walk on the red carpet, she was shocked by the negative and offensive feedback from home.
Last year, an unknown actress Oh In Hye made a meteoric rise with hot dress that exposed her bust line in the 16th Busan International film festival in South Korea. Sine then she has been enjoying the high popularity both at home and abroad, while her unintended strong sex-appeal caused a ripple in the nation.
Even after that she appeared on the media with extremely skimpy clothing that show too much as well as gather considerable attentions from guys in all around the world.
The world map depicts each nation's characteristics with biased views. Even though nobody knows who drew this map, some argue that this might be drawn by a British person because the U.K. is in the center.
U.S: Freedom and Jesus
U.K: No Freedom and No Jesus
Canada and Alaska: Shitty Music and Bears
Mexico: Tequila and Porn (the Bad Kind)
South America: Drugs and Super Models
Scandinavia: Vikings and Porn (the Good kind)
Greenland: Maybe More Vikings?
Russia: Mail Order Brides
Middle-East: War and Oil
Africa: More War
India: Call centers
China: Reebok and Nike
Japan: Yu-Gi-Oh and Porn
South-East Asia: Terror
New Zealand: Hobbits You might also like this post: http://thetokyoeye.blogspot.com/2011/10/something-is-wrong-in-those-pictures.html