Lawsuit brings conflict to lucrative iPhone flatulence app market

It was probably inevitable.  After farting-based applications were banned from the iPhone store, and then allowed back in, now the producers of such apps have turned on one another.  The creators of the Pull My Finger app are suing the creators of iFart for $50,000, claiming that the latter ripped off the former's brilliant idea.  The iFart folks should have an easy enough time paying up, considering that the puerile, disgusting application is bringing in $10,000 a day, because the human race is essentially terrible. Keep reading...

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