33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

Happy iOS 7 day! There's so much 5S and 5C goodness floating around that something inevitably is going to need to balance it out. And that's where the 5C case comes in. It's certainly one of the more unattractive things Apple's produced in recent years, so we asked you to incorporate into as many real-world situations as possible. Because it's not often that Apple makes a product that offends so many eyes (although some like it!)—let's celebrate it while we can.

The person who celebrated this the best? Our winner whose you see above: gator8.

Not only did you put the case to some real use, the spaghetti even covers up those awful wholes! Well done, but there were some real, er, beauties this time around. Our talented runners up lie below. And come back again tomorrow for another shot at being the Ultimate Champion.

33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

By JamieMaclellan

33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

By Al Dupont

33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

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33 Everyday Objects If They Were Covered in Apple's Awful 5C Case

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Photoshop Contest: Make All the Things Out of Apple's Horrible 5C Case

Photoshop Contest: Make All the Things Out of Apple's Horrible 5C Case

For the most part, the one thing the internet has been able to agree on this week is that Apple's new iPhone 5C case is an affront to the eyes and all that is decent. But for whatever reason, Apple wants you to stick it on your phone! Fine, your iPhone's inconspicuous enough, but what if we applied Apple's fun new discount covering to some of the other items we use in our daily lives?

Cheese grater wallpaper? Cheese grater cabinets? Cheese grater cufflinks? The possibilities are endless and in only the loudest of colors. Our own Nick Stango took a stab at it above, so now it's your turn. Let's see what you can up with.

Entries can be submitted until the end of the day next Tuesday, September 17, and godspeed.

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