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Punish Those Who Offend You with Angry Pocket Voodoo
Have you ever felt like someone or something was having a go at you simply because of a fight? Ever had that burning sensation in the back of your ears, which normally points at people talking about you? How about those unexplained and sudden surges of pain, as if someone were sticking needles into your muscles? If this all sounds familiar, you either have some medical problems (may want to get those checked), or someone is playing with a Voodoo doll somewhere in the world.
While we know that most of this is not a real practice, many people have claimed that it works for several centuries. And even in this day and age, Voodooism is still actively practiced. To aid those who have moved on to more modern techniques, XDA Forum Member 4ilab developed Angry Pocket Voodoo. The app is essentially the same concept as a standard voodoo doll. You get a virtual rag doll, upon which you can attach a picture of your “victim.” Once that is ready, you can start working your “magic” to inflict all kinds of painful experiences on your target—all the way down to dismemberment. So, if you ever wanted to rip someone to pieces or stab needles into their legs, now is your chance.
The dev would like to get some feedback on this app, so, if you happen to try it out, please report any bugs and make suggestions to make this app even better. Have fun!
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