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Gin-Pickled Tongue App

Gin-Pickled Tongue

Ready for the most offensive iPhone app ever? Demons are about to be unleashed so if you happen to be weak-stomached, please skip now to our previous app review. We warned you…

Gin-Pickled Tongue is hands-down THE most offensive app we’ve come across. The app’s premise is fine… that “victims of priest sex offenders” need a place to network with each other. And this app delivers on that growing demand. Okay. Fine. The official description seems sincere. Well-intentioned people probably put this app together. But here’s the rub… Of all the possible names, why call the app GIN-PICKLED TONGUE? Think about that title for a moment…

The description:

The first-of-its-kind social networking app for victims of priest sexual abuse. Hosted by “Friends & Family of Priest Sexual Abuse” (FFPSA), Gin-Pickled Tongue’s sole purpose is to build a vibrant and active community of faith among survivors who live daily with traumatic and unknowable memories. Chat now with people who share your experience. Reach out to that special someone who knows what you’ve been through. Even when you’re not feeling social, this tiny yet powerful – and sometimes lifesaving – app provides you with immediate support and understanding affirmations. You are not alone. It wasn’t your fault.

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Why Was This App Banned? "Friends & Family of Priest Sexual Abuse" discovered as front organization for Scientology
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Crabster App

Crabster

This app is a social networking “game of tag” for sufferers of that inconspicuous itch. It’s a variation on the famous Barrel of Zombie Monkeys game that has infected players all over the world hooking up with other crab owners to see who can affect the longest chain.

It’s all about patience, stamina and frequent visits to the game upgrade clinic.

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Why Was This App Banned? not even minimal security precautions taken to protect membership lists from identity exploits
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Liquid Courage App

Liquid Courage App

The drunk dialing app for middle management.

Have you climbed your way into the middle rung of a Fortune 500 but the top guys conspire to block your every promotion? If so, your luck is about to change.

Will it change for the better? Probably not. But you don’t belong at the top anyway, so why not go out with a bang?

Like the previously banned Drunk Dialing App, this latest nearly touchless app Liquid Courage deploys three undocumented iPhone features, including the now famous exploit “inebria equilibrium detectofactor” to determine just how drunk you are. When it thinks you’ve got the “most balls,” the Liquid Courage App provokes you with condescending slights in voices that simulate your boss’s boss’s boss:

“Ever consider a different career?”
“Sorry were you saying something?”
“We had a great time last night. Everyone was there – I’m surprised no one thought to invite you.”

The app keeps provoking you with verbal challenges until it hears you shouting back. At this point, Liquid Courage immediately auto-dials the public message system at your workplace for everyone to hear you rant and rave. Let’s face it, you’ve been miscast for some time now and this little app can help create the perfect end to an imperfect career.

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Why Was This App Banned? inaccurate representation of iPhone hardware features, promotes a post-ironic usage of baby carriages in bars
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My Inside Man App

My Inside Man

Gone are the days of needing humans to tell you when vaults will be fullest in your neighborhood banks. With a little fancy database footwork between Yelp, the International Monetary Fund and your local Police Heist-Operations Unit, the My Inside Man iPhone App will let you know when banks are full and security levels are lowest so you can strike when the time is right!

In map mode you can plan and save your escape routes along with other handy on-the-job information. There’s even a detailed community event planner so that you won’t risk the embarrassment of hitting the same spots as other thieves.

My Inside Man is an indispensable tool for any up and coming con!

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Why Was This App Banned? attempts to access databases without proper IP authentication, also simply illegal
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Gin-Pickled Tongue

Social networking app for victims of priest sexual abuse…

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Why Was This App Banned? "Friends & Family of Priest Sexual Abuse" discovered as front organization for Scientology
This app released on | Also tagged , , , , , , , ,

Crabster

Tag, you’re it. You got crabs! This app is a social networking “game of tag” for sufferers of that…

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Why Was This App Banned? not even minimal security precautions taken to protect membership lists from identity exploits
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Liquid Courage App

The drunk dialing app for middle management…

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Why Was This App Banned? inaccurate representation of iPhone hardware features, promotes a post-ironic usage of baby carriages in bars
This app released on | Also tagged , , , , ,

My Inside Man

An indispensable tool for any up and coming con, My Inside Man App tells you when security levels at your bank are lowest…

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Why Was This App Banned? attempts to access databases without proper IP authentication, also simply illegal
This app released on | Also tagged , , ,