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Multi-Tector Singles Out All the Good Ones

by Paul Strauss
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I’m pretty sure this little gadget would come in handy around my office. Just point it at a crowd, and it’ll help you weed out the geniuses, idiots, crazy people, liars, dorks and people who just plain suck.

Stupidiotic Multi-Tector

The Multi-Tector is the latest creation from the novelty house of Stupidiotic. Simply flip the handheld detector to the appropriate setting, aim it at your friends, and it’ll pick out your selected target with ease.

Actually, the gadget is a practical joke, which lets YOU decide who it singles out. There’s an inconspicuous button that lets you make the alarm light and sound go off on the mark of your choice. There’s also slightly edgier “adult” version if you don’t already swear enough times during the day.

Simple, yet effective, the Multi-Tector is available from Stupidiotic for just $8 bucks.

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