iSnort Mimics Process of Using Cocaine

By: Cowbag - Published: May 3, 2009   Updated: Jul 5 2011 • References: geekologie
This is nothing snort of wrong--I can see a lawsuit heading the way of the iSnort developers soon.

iSnort is a bootleg iPhone application that replicates the process of using cocaine. Essentially it is just a movement responding video, as the iPhone does not love razor blades and rolled up notes.

Relishing their cult status, the cheeky developers are even charging £5 a pop for this piece of iPhone street cred.

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