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Creepy FalseFlesh app lets you see your Facebook friends nude

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It's early Christmas for creepy voyeurs, as a new graphic-design program, FalseFlesh, allows Facebook stalkers and other pervs to create "REALISTIC nude approximations from existing photographs." And how does this magic X-ray vision work? The way any adult image-editing software worth its salt does: by taking non-cotton bathing suits and "filtering out gamma/infrared rays of light," which "allows for the visual enhancement of breasts and nipples creating a see-through effect." It also allows you to less magically paste someone's head onto someone else's nude body. That's easily worth the $34.95 download, right, stalkers?

Should you be skeptical, don't worry. There are plenty of conveniently anonymous, first-hand testimonials on the FalseFlesh website to reassure you:

"The really cool thing that I liked about FalseFlesh was that you can either let the software instantly make some cute girl that you know naked or actually take time to customize it. For example I wanted to make this girl who works with me have bigger breasts than she actually did and also give her a lot more pubic hair than she actually probably really has."

Ah, the wonders of technology. And don't discount FalseFlesh's ability to serve as an instrument of revenge. One woman writes:

"I know you are not supposed to do this but I needed to get revenge. I found out that my boyfriend of four months was cheating on me. So I loaded his picture into FalseFlesh and had the software give him a less than flattering, well you know. I also anonymously sent the picture to his guy and girl friends. He still doesn't know it was me!!!!"

That's a ringing endorsement if I've ever heard one. But wait, isn't there something called Photoshop?