ATTENTION – Please proceed with extreme caution! We are highlighting an app that is so controversial and offensive that it caused uproar on Twitter, was exposed by The Wall Street Journal and immediately upon release, the developer started receiving hate email. Again, this subject matter is not for the faint of heart … consider yourself warned!
The story goes like this …
Dennis Comeau is a 49-year-old shoe designer. About six months ago, he and his wife started an app development company, Visionaire Design. Peculiarly, Dennis was inspired when he learned about a rejected app called iBoobs (gee, guess what iBoobs does … shake iPhone, see jiggling boobies). He took an approach a bit “south” and focused on ass. Dennis figured if KC And The Sunshine Band enjoyed “Shake Your Booty” success … why can’t he. So Visionaire submitted the Shake That Booty app for approval and was quickly axed by Apple. Girl’s ass in a little bikini simply doesn’t fly with Apple. So Dennis dressed the ass with bigger panties … NOT … again, killed by Apple. Third time’s a charm? Yes of course … a cartoon ass in jeans is all good with Apple.
For a more intimate experience, see our exclusive Shake That Booty video below. Again … WARNING … it’s extremely offensive (uh, no smartass … we’re not talking about the quality of the video). And don’t worry about turning up your volume for clearer sound, there is none!
Sorry … we know … absolutely disgusting! A cartoon butt that gyrates. Definitely not something you’ll see at any high school dance, Shakira music video or clubbing on the weekend. A shaking ass – DA HORROR!
Well little did Denis know, his provocative shaking rear end would cause quite the outrage. Hundreds of iPhone users and bloggers questioning why Apple approved such smut. Heather Lyte (Twitter @shopgadgetgirl) tweeting her dismay to 800+ followers (seriously?). And the ultimate ridicule … reporter Maureen Scarpelli, of The Wall Street Journal, exposing Shake That Booty to a worldwide audience. Oh yeah, not to mention the hate email Dennis started receiving.
Poor Dennis … what a douche! He thought his Shake That Booty app would fly under the radar, avoiding public scrutiny. Didn’t he realize his undulating Shakira-like backside would be way more offensive than … an app which turns your iPhone into a penis … an app which teaches you how to pleasure a woman … a Peeping Tom app … an app of women touching their breasts and whoo-haw. Gotta give props to The Wall Street Journal for ignoring the various iPhone pornography apps and focusing on the real offensive issue at hand, Shake That Booty … journalism at its finest.
As for you Dennis … shame on you! But please ping us when/if you release the Shake That Rack app … we would like to avoid being scooped by The Wall Street Journal again.