A glib Anglobitch, appropriately named Madison who writes for NY Magazine is taken aback that a man who is apparently tired of false advertising from women has developed an app to show what women look like without their numerous layers of paint on.
She posted her disgust with the “truth in advertising” app in a recent writeup.
Please look closely at the photo on the left. That, reader, is me, the writer, wearing a full face of makeup. Clearly, my gelled brows and tinted lips were intended to con some schmuck of the opposite sex into thinking I am extremely good-looking and then make him buy me six iPhone X’s.
Well, at least Madison alluded to the truth of the matter when it comes to what women expect from men. Every relationshit basically boils down to a sex for resources transaction buried under layers of clever female sophistry.
Called MakeApp, the app lets you un-makeup five photos for free before asking you to pay $0.99 to continue editing images and videos. Now look at the photo on the right. That’s me after MakeApp edited my face to let everybody know how grotesque I look when you digitally peel off the highlighter and mascara. Horrifying, I know.
Blaming Russia for pretty much every problem the world faces is popular among increasingly unhinged leftists these days.
MakeApp is the brainchild of once-Kremlin-linked, Russian founder Ashot Gabrelyanov. For what it’s worth, I thought the AI itself worked pretty well on my face.
Next thing you know, feminists will be blaming Russia instead of the patriarchy each time they walk around bleeding once a month. Madison’s disgust with the MakeApp app is all the more reason for men to download it today.
When I worked in the news industry, the fugly to presentable transformations women went through were remarkable. The few times I saw chicks who read out loud in front of a camera (reporters and anchors) without their makeup were memorable experiences. They looked like completely different people. In many cases, their skin damaged by years of sitting under a chemical bath.
In each and every case, reality knocked them down a good 2-4 SMV points over the Maybelline illusions they displayed to the world. Now, thanks to the power of technology, men can see what women are hiding before waking up horrified one morning after a pump and dump.
Now, if we just had an app to reveal the fat rolls chicks are hiding underneath billowy clothing or slimming camera angles.
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