Wednesday, October 8, 2014

British Cell Phone Company Offers a Glimpse Into Your Old Person Future

Posted By on Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 1:00 PM

I'm not entirely sure why you would want this, but the British telecom company Orange (why can't our cell phone companies have more pleasant names? I like orange the color, I like oranges the fruit. AT&T are all fine as letters, I guess, but together they don't do much for me) has built a seemingly fancy website that allows you to chat with a representation of what you'll possibly look like in twenty years. I assumed I'd be dead, but hey, apparently I'll be wearing sweaters with collared shirts underneath. Things are looking up!

You can talk to the wax-like visage of you in 2035 if you'd like, although it was not super helpful with lottery numbers or winners of future sporting events. So, lower your expectations in advance.

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