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The Cover Up iPhone App Masks Unpleasant Bathroom Sounds

The Cover Up App Masks Unpleasant Restroom Sounds

Picture this: You just had the date of your dreams, so when he invites you to his place for a little night cap, you immediately say yes without hesitation. After a glass of wine, your stomach starts rumbling and you realize that extra spicy Tandoori chicken dish maybe wasn't the best ordering option for your first date. Next thing you know, you're in his bathroom, wondering how you'll be able to drown out unwanted restroom noise.

Not to worry! There's an app called Cover Up that is said to help women "save face in those potentially awkward situations in the office place bathroom, public restroom or at the new boyfriend’s house." For only 99 cents, you can choose from a variety of sounds (including running water, hand-dryers, and blow dryers) which are launched when touching any of the makeup compact areas — and yes, the makeup brush controls the volume!

You can have a peek at what the app looks like on your phone, when you


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JuicyDumplings JuicyDumplings 7 years
Hahaha, this is so silly.
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 7 years
forget the noise. what about the smell! haha. but this is hilarious. just excuse yourself and go home.
Akasha Akasha 7 years
My concern is less the noise you are making and more the smell you are creating. If the iPhone could come up with an app to cover that then I'm in.
MsTerious82 MsTerious82 7 years
Laxtic, my original comment was only intended to point out the stupidity of paying to mimic a noise that could easily be made in real life. Your choice - you can either waste a little bit of water by running the faucet, or you can waste $0.99 and your phone's battery life. Frankly, if you have to run the faucet THAT long, you should probably consult a physician.
harmonyfrance harmonyfrance 7 years
Stupidest thing ever.
MsTerious82 MsTerious82 7 years
In the case of the new love interest's house, why not just run the real faucet instead?
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 7 years
this reminds me of the toilets they have that have cover up noises. I see no point in this, people will know what you are doing if they start hearing odd noises coming from your stall or their bathroom.
Zivanod Zivanod 7 years
That's really dumb. How are you going to explain away a blow dryer coming from a public washroom stall?
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