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The Dog Did It App

The Dog Did It

Blame God? Or blame the dog…?

Atheist version of the popular banned app Pull God’s Finger which wrongly attributed bodily exhaust to an intelligent designer. Since launching that app a week ago, the lead developer wrote on his blog that he became a little skeptical (and a wee-bit smug):

Though at times filled with hot air, it turns out that a supernatural creator likely has very little to do with the gastric process resulting in flatulence. What’s behind the funny sound and foul odor is actually an emission of gasses at the tail end of the digestive process in mammals.

To which we answer: why you gotta be a buzz kill?

This so-called “new and improved” gas attribution app works just like before – it sniffs the air using Apple’s triple-patented on-chip scent detector. Then, using a complex verdict algorithm, it attributes blame. Only instead of blaming a higher power for the offensive odor, this one announces, simply:

“The dog did it.”

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Why Was This App Banned? Apple writes: "App attempts to access on-chip technology that still does not exist in the mobile device." also "Please stop feeding the little guy fresh chicken! Now I gotta leave the room."
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Pull God's Finger App

Pull God’s Finger

Tired of the over-hyped iFarts and Pull My Fingers of the app world? Ready to identify who done it?

Introducing the very first gas attribution app.

Any time you sniff a cloud of wayward gas — in a classroom, in a car or when visiting your grandmother at the skilled nursing facility — just launch Pull God’s Finger App for the iPhone. It uses Apple’s triple-patented onboard ‘scent detection chip’ to its best use yet. As soon as the the app starts, you’ll hear Jesus or one of the children take a deep breath. Then announce:

“The God did it.”

We know who’s behind it all in the end. Yet no app before Pull God’s Finger had the courage to point the finger. And pull.

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Why Was This App Banned? relies on non-existent device technology
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The Dog Did It

Blame God? Or blame the dog…?

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Why Was This App Banned? Apple writes: "App attempts to access on-chip technology that still does not exist in the mobile device." also "Please stop feeding the little guy fresh chicken! Now I gotta leave the room."
This app released on | Also tagged , , , , ,

Pull God’s Finger

Tired of the over-hyped iFarts and Pull My Fingers of the app world? Ready to graduate and find out just who done it…?

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Why Was This App Banned? relies on non-existent device technology
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