Originally posted by revenuee
ya but, i don't know how it is other countries, but here in Canada you can't have swear/dirty words on your vanity plates, you pay for those too
I'm 31, and I just found out that I have not matured enough to contain my uncontrollable laughter at "Up the Chuffer". With that out of the way, I do think it makes sense to have some sort of standards as to what Apple would allow to be visually represented on the case of one of their products. It's just good business.Originally posted by G4scott
Hopefully people who can shell out $300 for an mp3 player have matured enough, and have the class not to get something stupid, like a swear word, on their iPod...
Originally posted by Flowbee
So, I guess if your name is Richard Head, you can have your nickname engraved on your iPod.
Originally posted by kettle
My husbands real name is Michael and I have no end of problems with engravings on smaller objects, especially when the engraver is on the other end of a telephone saying "Mrs Hunt, in the font size you require, I will only have enough room for 9 characters including spaces. Imagine the engravers suprise when I reply "I know the iPod is a wonder of modern technology, but kind sir, surely it's big enough to fit Mike Hunt?"
Sorry to spoil your day happy person.Originally posted by Westside guy
Um, just to be a spoilsport... plays on words aren't really funny when you've had to torture the sentence enough to where it doesn't actually make any sense. The iPod isn't fitting "Mike Hunt" - it's just the opposite.
Originally posted by FriarTuck
I'm all in favor of little steps to restore civility, but isn't this the same company whose CEO used the words "kick @$$" to describe its hardware and OS a few months ago?