Just like we did last week and the week before that (and we'll probably keep doing until the Internet simply collapses under the weight of its own crap), let us take you on another adventure through the most recent batch of overt balderdash that the media were somehow able to spit shine and call "news." Hope you don't have vertigo, because the bullshit's stacking high today!
4 Flappy Bird iPhones Aren't Being Sold for $100,000 on eBay
Just when we thought the world was rid of Flappy Bird, the hit Helicopter game ripoff that got so much attention that its owner just said "fuck this" and took it down, the game flapped its way out of the grave and dove straight into a pile of cash:
We have an old Nokia with Snake that's yours for some Reese's and a Yoo-hoo.
Apparently, players are so desperate to get a shot at failing horribly in this game that they're willing to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for a used iPhone where it's still playable. Or not, because those news stories are talking about two iPhones that reached around $100,000 in (fraudulent) bids before being promptly taken down. You know, because it's against eBay terms to sell phones with stuff installed on them.