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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #flappybird

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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 12:00 am

The new game that has dominated app downloads over the past month can be found all over Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. Here are some of the frustrations expressed by unhappy flappys.

In the last 10 minutes my highest score is a 3. Kill me now.

Should have been called angry bird. They got it backwards.

It’s the worst when you have an itch on your nose while playing. The struggle is real.

I’ve never wanted to drive a car off the side of a cliff into a dangerous storm ridden abyss until I downloaded #flappybird 5 min ago...

I give you so much time, love, care, attention and all you do is let me down

So I just played #flappybird ... Addictive and frustrating aren’t the words to describe it

To test your patience or someone else’s patience, it doesn’t take years, months, weeks or even days. It just take a few minutes of #FlappyBird

This makes me want to punch myself in the face.

Stupid bird doesn’t know how to fly.

This game will be the death of my phone.

This Game is ruining my life.

Hate you. Love you. Hate you. Love you. You make me bipolar flappy bird.

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