“Boyfriend Hug” Speakers Are The Perfect Way To Look Absolutely Normal In Public – Design You Trust

“Boyfriend Hug” Speakers Are The Perfect Way To Look Absolutely Normal In Public

What about when you want to feel safe and secure by being wrapped in fake-muscly arms when you’re on the go? You don’t want to look like some weirdo, dragging around a headless body-pillow with you while you’re out and about.

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Well thankfully one Japanese company Otome Yusha (“Hero of Maidens”) has come up with an answer: “Boyfriend Hug Speakers.”

The speakers are literally called “Hero of Maiden Hugging Speakers,” and they’re being given away as a promotion for the company’s recent mobile game release: Hero of Maidens. It’s an RPG aimed at women players where you can play as a number of beautiful men, “saving the world through love.”


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