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article imageOp-Ed: Cosmo for Guys' 'iPad Head Girl' is the latest YouTube sensation

In a promotional campaign for the Cosmo for Guys (CFG) iPad application, the Hearst Corporation created a woman with four iPads for a 'head'.
While some of us are only able to dream of owning just one iPad, this lucky lady takes them for granted. So much so, that she's 'replaced' her own head with four of the Apple devices.
Mia - whose video was viewed 40,000 times in less than 24 hours - is shown casually strolling through Bryant Park in New York City, while a recorded video of her head plays on each screen.
As most onlookers appear bedazzled, Mia even stops for a quiet read. However, it's not long before several curious guys - probably those that would download CFG - are shown approaching and taking photos of the young lady.
One man is even brave enough to touch Mia's 'face', only to be redirected to the CFG application. Ha! That'll teach him!
In a statement regarding CFG, Cosmopolitan Editor-in-Chief Kate White, said: "The idea for CFG really came from men themselves.
"They frequently tell us that they love reading Cosmo because they're fascinated about what makes females tick, and they want to know how to better please the women in their life.
"We wanted to come to their rescue and take out the guess work. Women are the real experts of the subject."
For more information on CFG, click here.
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