Google Glass Rendered ‘Completely Useless’ After Porn App Ban, Confirms Men

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MEN AROUND the world said today that the recent porn app ban on Google Glass has rendered the devise ‘completely useless’, with many owners selling their now second-hand high-tech computer eyewear on-line.

Unfortunately for millions of males across the globe, Google has now prohibited any such content from its flashy new device.

‘Tits & Glass,’ aptly named by makers of the headmounted pornography, MiKandi, managed to be downloaded from the developer’s website by 17 Google Glass owners on its début day, while the site was visited by some 10,000 people.

“What’s the point of it anymore?” asked one disgusted man, who wished to remain anonymous. “I originally bought the thing so I could  walk around all day and watch porn!”

Meanwhile, Google confirmed a massive sales drop in their new product yesterda,y following news of the ban.

“The dip in Google glass sales may be just a coincidence.” said CEO Larry Page at a press conference today. “We hope the device sells on its capabilities alone, and not its convenience for pornography.”

His comments came just before several loud sniggers from the awaiting press.

Experts believe the decision to ban one of the biggest markets on the internet may be product suicide, and expect other companies to take up where Google ‘came off’.

“The concept of watching porn anywhere you damn well please is probably every man’s dream.” said social media expert Dermot Hanrahan. “Sure, there would be nothing like sitting in mass watching a bit of Maddison Scott on a Sunday.”

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