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Introducing: Fratty Bird, The App For Greeks

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I was late to the Flappy Bird game. So late, in fact, that I missed it completely. Never has that phrase “here today, gone tomorrow” been more true than when that little NF shit decided to pull his highly addictive app from the virtual shelves. Seriously, one second, you’re slightly behind on a trend, and the next, you’re sitting around, twiddling your thumbs, cursing the day Steve Jobs was born. Why, God? WHY? Give me Flappy Bird, dammit. GIVE. ME. FLAPPY. BIRD.

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it seems as though God has answered your prayers. And by “God,” I mean the Greek gods responsible for bringing you TFM, TSM, PGP, and Rowdy Gentleman. Gone are the days of pining after a shitty pixilated bird. Gone are the moments of pure frustration while you watch your friends giggle and laugh while anxiously avoiding…whatever it is that the Flappy Bird needed to avoid. Gone is the taunting. Gone is the jealousy. Gone is frustration. Why, you ask?

Because there’s a new fucking bird in town: Fratty Bird.

From what I can tell (aka what my coworkers, parents, 15-year-old-brother (hey, Marc!), former teachers, last night’s waitress, grandmother, and literally everyone else on the planet has told me), it’s pretty much the exact same game as Flappy Bird. Except for, you know, this one is fucking frat. Also, we won’t ever discontinue it like that other guy. This is America, after all, and in America, we don’t shy away from success.

Download Fratty Bird for free right here. Play it loud, play it proud. It’s a power move.

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Catie Warren

From Rush To Rehab (@catie__warren) is a semi-fuctioning adult who has been celebrating her 21st birthday for the past three years. She attended college in the nation’s capital and to this day is angry that Pit Bull lied to her, as you cannot, in fact, party on The White House lawn. Prior to her success with TSM, Rehab was most famous for being featured in her hometown newspaper regarding her 5th grade Science Fair Project for which she did not place. In her spare time, she enjoys attributing famous historical quotes to Marilyn Monroe and getting in fights with thirteen year olds on twitter. Email: catie@grandex.co

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