Divorce rings 1
Divorce rings are apparently a growing (and depressing) trend, supposedly meant to remind divorcees to move on--or as is the case in this specific example, to "trade up."
Fertility watch 2
This fertility watch is supposed to help women keep track of the days they're ovulating ... but again, why would you want to wear this information around your wrist? Don't people know there's an app (actually, dozens) for that?!
Meant for long-distance couples (or partners with serious separation anxiety), the Kissinger is basically a machine that "enables kissing communication." How? Basically, you kiss the device and it transmits your lip movements to another Kissenger in a different location. Can you imagine watching someone use this thing? Bizarre!
Spreadsheets App 5
The ridiculous app basically "measures" your lovemaking sessions, by the amount of the thrusts, the duration, and the decibel levels and then uploads theresults to Facebook and Twitter. I don't even want to know what kind of couple actually uses this ...