Title: iPee and Shy Bladder
Due to budget cuts and a skeleton crew here at KRAPPS, we typically run one article per day. Well for the first time in our history, we are breaking budget and calling in our writers to work overtime. Why? We’ll explain below …
With the recent onslaught of total KRAPPS like farts, burps, vomit, flushing toilets and more … we secretly have a guilty desire of a URINE app. However, the KRAPPS staff is divided on the feasibility of this issue:
Yea-sayers: if Apple approved bodily functions like farts, burps and vomit, why not urine?
Nay-sayers: no way! urine is too crude and vulgar, even for Apple’s standards of late.
So last night, February 2, 2009, at approximately 10:14 PM, history was made … not one, but two urination apps were released: iPee and Shy Bladder. The nay-sayers were in total shock. The yea-sayers rejoiced like over zealous Steelers fans. We’re talking history!! … Apple stoops to a new low!! … Urine will change the world!!
But hold on … don’t judge an app by its cover. Upon further review, iPee and Shy Bladder are not exactly the bladder movement sound apps we were expecting … rather it’s a bladder movement assistance app. Huh??? Yes, you heard correctly … launch iPee or Shy Bladder and the app will assist in opening your “Stuck Door” wide open:
So next time you experience public stage fright, you can now look like an even bigger IDIOT by whipping out your iPhone, setting it on top of the urinal, launching the iPee app with its blaring white water rapids simulation … all while you pee freely. So maybe history was not made, but iPee and Shy Bladder are certainly ground breaking in terms of lame.