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There is now an app for everything. A woman is suing a sex toy firm for tracking her… intimate moments.

A girl walks into a bar, and goes up to the bartender and complains about ex-boyfriend and how she will never get laid again. The bartender looks at her and reaches under the counter and pulls out a purple dildo. He tells her that the dildo is a Magic Dildo. “This is a magic purple dildo you just say the words ‘Magic Purple Dildo’ and where you want it to go”. She listens to him and is intrigued. Two Hours later her ex-boyfriend walks into the bar, and sees his ex-girlfriend running around with the dildo following her. She finally yells out “HELP! HELP! HELP! A MAGIC PURPLE DILDO IS FOLLOWING ME!” He goes, “(Scoffs) yeah right, Magic Purple Dildo My Ass

The vibrator is called We-Vibe. Its big draw is that it can be remotely controlled through a smartphone app. The app allows you to swap messages, start video chats and remotely control the “device.”

Basically it’s kinky phone sex brought to the next level. That buzzing you hear in the next boring meeting might be …   “Build excitement with secure in-app voice, chat and video.”

”This is one of the more incredible invasions of privacy we’ve ever dealt with.” Victim’s lawyer Eve-Lynn Rapp

Only one Chicago woman went and used We-Vibe without realizing that the thing was sending. Having never yet encountered an app that didn’t involve frustrating downloads and numerous clicking on Terms of Service and an eventual call to Pakistan for customer service I’m finding it hard to believe the victim was unaware of what was going on. Then again maybe We-Vibe is so mind blowing fantastic that she just forgot. Wouldn’t that have women lined up to buy the thing instead of horrified?

Help! Help! A magic We-Vibe is …

Standard Innovation said they took issues of privacy seriously and were unaware of the lawsuit.