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Flappy Bird Review

People Who Prove Flappy Bird Will Ruin and Enrich Your Life

In case you have't heard, Flappy Bird is a dangerous thing. The game — which came out last year — has suddenly shot up in popularity. It's fun and simple (like grade-school simple), because all you have to do is tap the screen to keep a bird from falling in between Super Mario-esque green pipes. But that tap, tap, tapping can easily become addictive, leading to nightmares, loss of appetite, and mood swings. There are just too many feelings to count, but you can get a sense of 'em from these brave tweeters. Stay strong, gamers. Stay strong.

"We Lied," They Said

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"Whoever made this game is an evil mastermind on a plot to control every human being in the entire world once this game is on your device all hope is lost you will never have your life back even if you're like me who holds back your anger knowing it is but a game even this will not save you." — Deth bird

One Thing Leads to Another . . .

One Direction Member Liam Payne Didn't Even Tweet This About Flappy Bird, but Twitter Thought He Might as Well Have

It's a Group Effort

Pro Tip: Never Let Your Insides Show

Disturbing Review No. 2

"The joy you feel after finally beating your record is indescribable and the boiling anger you feel inside of you instantly diffuses only to fill you with false hope that you may be able to do it again and possibly even do it better. This is what will convince you to keep playing. But the agonizing cycle inevitably resumes again with the dreaded smack of a sound effect punch, once again refueling the hatred for the bird right back into every fiber of your being." — Someone Random123

Pain . . . So Much Pain

It Brings Out The Hunger Games in All of Us

Rated D

Go Away Now

So Many Questions

Here Come Anger-Management Classes

It's Simple

Do Not Be Ashamed

Deep

Just One More

"I Haven't Eaten"

Someone Save Us All

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