Pregnant? There's an app for that

Funny story written by IainB

Friday, 10 February 2012

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Daphne used iPee to make sure she was pregnant.

Women who are trying to get pregnant will know the embarrassment of going into a chemist to purchase yet another pregnancy kit.

"I've been told," said Mac Buck, editor of App World! "that you get sympathetic looks from the cashier when you're buying the fifth stick."

Pregnancy test manufacturer, Blue Stripe, have branched into the iPhone App market with their latest product, the iPee.

"The iPhone's AMOLED screen is so sensitive," said Buck, "that it can distinguish between different chemicals. Blue Stripe have utilised this sensitivity to determine if the pee on the screen contains the tell tale signature of pregnancy. Because it's an app, a quick wipe with iScreen Cleaner, and it's ready to use next time you need to know."

Buck has installed the app on his own iPhone, which has told him that he is not pregnant, and quite possibly a horse.

"I don't know how it worked out my Chinese birth sign," he said. "But it's impressive."

Having previously tested an erectile dysfunction app, one of the researchers at App World!, Daphne, is most definitely pregnant.

"She's got a bump big enough to be seen from space," said Buck. "So we got her to pee on the phone. It turns out that not only is she pregnant, but it is twins. One boy twin, the other a girl. The father is Ed, the girl will be blonde, the boy a red head, and they will be called Mary and Michael."

Given the iPee's unprecedented accuracy, Buck cannot recommend the app enough.

"It's great!" he said.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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