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Google Wave, the collaborative communications tool Google predicted would 'kill' email and revolutionize the way we chat online, hasn't yet been a smash hit among users, many of whom find Wave to be overly complex.
College Humor has released a suggestive "instructional video" that tries to help explain how to use Google Wave (and mocks it) with a demonstration of Google Wave cyber sex.
"Mark" and "Casey" are two people posing as "senior developers at Google Wave." Mark and Casey create a new "Wave," and Mark asks Casey, "A/S/L" while Casey demonstrates how others can watch you type, delete and retype as she lies about her age.
The two continue to exhibit Wave's functionality as they start getting into cybering, adding in pictures, Google map widgets, surveys and ultimately inviting "Mark's wife" into the conversation who uses the playback function to watch the entire conversation unfold before serving Mark with divorce papers.