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It’s called, of course, Fappy Guy.

Rule 34, the most well-known Rule of the Internet, insists that if something exists—a super-popular and suddenly unavailable mobile game, for instance—someone will come along and make a NSFW version. There should be a corollary to that rule for things that rhyme with slang for masturbation.

Flappy Bird was destined to become Fappy Guy, a similarly frustrating and addictive side-scroller that stars the creepy old man from Family Guy. It's also much easier than Flappy Bird. 

Play it here.


 

We all saw this coming.

For a more safe-for-work flapping experience, try Flappy Doge.

H/T @ryanpbroderick

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