... Howard Wolowitz...
A study by Stanford University has shown that human volunteers demonstrated "physiological arousal" when a robot instructed them to touch it up. The research found humans instructed to touch a two-foot tall robot on the buttocks or eyes had a measurable increase in skin conductance, a sign of emotional arousal. They were also …
Watching people chasing after cash gets me going.
Now get this ballgag in and get on that treadmill you naughty girl.
You want this money eh?
Yes thats it. Now tell how me you'll give me some good ROI.
15% per annum in the current fiscal climate you say? You filthy bitch. You're skimming off the top aren't you, you cheating naughty girl. Did you think I wouldnt find out? We're going to have to find a way for you to pay that back aren't we?
"Social conventions regarding touching someone else's private parts apply to a robot's body parts as well. This research has implications for both robot design and theory of artificial systems."
Implications for robot design? Don't make any robots with 'private parts'.
Also, if a robot complains that it has a terrible pain in its diodes, replace them.
Anyone with any taste who has an interest with sexually arousing robots has a copy of Joe's Garage.
In the extended story line. Joe (having caught a an STI and is seeking redemption through religion) joins the First Church of Appliantology run by L Ron Hoover) where you go into the closet to seek freedom. That is where all the groovy appliances live.
Joe hooks up with a German speaking sex robot, a pan-sexual auto-plooker, Sy Borg, which is a chrome-plated machine that looks like a magical pig with marital aids stuck all over it.
Bad things happen to Joe.
Such is life.
that looks like it's a cross between an industrial vacuum
cleaner and a chrome piggy bank with marital aids stuck all over its body...
it's really exciting...and when he sees it, he BURSTS INTO SONG...
Is that all that bursts?
Joe's Garage and Thing-Fish are all one needs from Frank ;-}
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