New: iGotcha Sucka iPhone App!

iGotcha Sucka iPhone App

From the makers of your favorite iPhone App, THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID (A TOP 5 Apple iPhone App), would now like to introduce you to iGotcha Sucka & iGotcha Sucka Pro!

Are your cracka’ friends gettin’ up in yo face and you need a way to chill them the out? Has your boss been bustin’ yo chops and you wanna stick it to the man? Ladies, has your boyfriend been pimpin’ other hoes and you wanna put that sucka in check?

There’s now an app for that!

With the Gotcha Sucka iPhone App, you just select a phrase…Set the timer…Place the phone by your victim…And you got that sucka!

Funny Gotcha Sucka Videos:

Prank your friends from your computer:


6 Responses to “New: iGotcha Sucka iPhone App!”

  1. Julia Says:

    Totally a pointless ap. Not with the download

  2. Lmao Says:

    Lmafo! Funny ap! Haha… Ye right pointless app ever losers

  3. Ryan Wilson Says:

    Dushe?!? Stupid :(

  4. Ashley Says:

    Fuck you all it’s awesome

  5. Emre Says:

    Have you ever wanted to make a movie but didn’t know where to start? Well has got you covered! As a filmmaker, figuring out how to make a movie can be challenging.There are a lot of elements that

  6. Jacob Says:

    CAN comments in the blog be inudlced under the heading of Letters to Boxcutters? Maybe just on a selective basis It’s interesting to see that the Green Guide are continuing to follow our lead on issues. Just days after I question the interest in ratings and why we, as viewers, care about them at all, they dedicate a cover story to the matter. This snippet from the breakout box story shed some light on the reality:AGB Nielsen staff informed me that young families, tenants and people with lots of home technology tended to drop out most quickly while older people stayed the longest. Media and research professionals were not supposed to participate and non-English speakers were least likely to join. Busy people everywhere tend to be impatient with surveys.I left the panel wondering about the collected personality types that might be neglected. If busy people, young people, those sensitive about privacy, high technology users, non-English speakers and media professionals were neglected, whose taste does Australian television represent?Could I venture it’s the boring, comfortable middle-class suburbanite white homowner, who requires an outlet to vicariously experience a more interesting existence?I’m not now, nor on the show, suggesting Ratings: NO. I just want to encourage people to think for themselves about good television rather than looking at various, spun, viewer figures from each of the networks, seeing, for example, something like What About Brian not pulling 1.5mil and concluding that 7 have got to axe it or shove it into 11:30 Tuesdays. Of course, this ignores the fact that they haven’t necessarily got anything to put in there that’s going to rate better unless they burn something like Shark, that’s likely to be a peak prime-time winner later in the year.Have a look at the Green guide today or read the stories online BB

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