Gossip Girl’s true identity and hundreds of other secret villains could finally be revealed thanks to Frenemy Test from Maven Holdings. The first and only app of its kind, Frenemy Test uses a secret form of modern numerology to help users find who their real friends or frenemies are. Users can then instantly share their results through Twitter directly from inside the app.
Using the app’s built-in Twitter support, users are posting Tweets at an outstanding rate trying to find common frenemies. Data analysts at Princeton University are working around-the-clock to decipher one common frenemy amongst all Tweets from the island of Manhattan.
“We believe if we can find one common frenemy from over 1.5 million New York citizens we will be able to definitively reveal Gossip Girl’s identity.” stated an anonymous Princeton Researcher. The research team has asked Maven Holdings to keep their names confidential as they don’t want their wives to know they’re working on a Gossip Girl project.
“Frenemy Test could reveal some of the world’s most dangerous people. Imagine if we could figure out which of Jennifer Aniston’s friends keeps telling the tabloids she’s pregnant.”
Researchers are starting to analyze other world-altering rumours to find the people responsible. Other projects reaserchers are currently working on using Frenemy Test:
* Who told Katy Perry she could trust Russell Brand?
* Is Kim Kardashian the ultimate Frenemy?
* Which one of Tiger Woods’ friends knew about his indiscretions?
* Does Mel Gibson secretly like Jews?
* Will Snooki and Deena remain meatballs, or are they destined to become ground beef?
Colin Grant, founder of Maven Apps, first used Frenemy Test to solve some of his own personal dilemmas and had to end many friendships (including one with his Mother, who apparently was spreading rumors about him). Grant eventually realized he needed to share this formula with the rest of the world.
“A close friend of mine was devastated to find out her boyfriend was cheating on her with her best friend,” he stated. “I ran the app and sure enough it revealed that her best friend was in fact a boyfriend stealer. That was the moment I realized I had to share Frenemy Test with the world”.
Unfortunately, Grant was too late to save this friend but hopes by releasing Frenemy Test to the rest of the world he can save thousands of others from the pain and suffering of being stabbed in the back.
Please remember that although you will find Frenemy Test’s results to be shockingly accurate, Frenemy Test and this parody are for entertainment purposes, do not use the results of Frenemy Test to influence your friendships.
Frenemy Test is available now for $1.99 USD and is compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad devices running iOS 5.0 or later.