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The internet has certainly proved an absolute boon for those whose sexual proclivities lean towards the highly esoteric, and never before in the history of human deviancy have the needs of minority interest groups been so comprehensively catered for.

Dealing with technology at smashmyphone.comWhich is as it should be, within reason. After all, why should those who dislike mobile phones and at the same time get their rocks off to stilletoe-clad feet be denied their own little corner of the web? Exactly, so it's with great, er, pleasure that we point mobe-hating foot fetishists in the direction of smashmyphone.com, a site which offers the discerning punter the chance to drool over snaps of sultry minxes dispatching crap technology with their heels.

According to the blurb: "Unforgiving technicians will crush your useless cell phone into small pieces." Said technicians reportedly "have no mercy and take proper care of the most hated piece of modern technology. [They] focus on telephones but will also smash other objects, including balloons and other items."

Balloons? Sounds provocative. And the cost of all this girl-on-mobe action? $12.99 for 30 days then $10.99 a month thereafter. Or, if you think you can't handle more than 60 days of full-on technoporn, try a one-off $19.99 deal. The internet, eh? Don't you just love it? ®

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Nice work by reader James Governor in "stumbling" across this excellent online resource.

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