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New Mobile App on iTunes Creating Widespread Bugs Across the Internet

Bugging Me, a FREE iPhone, iPad & iTouch mobile app that matches annoying people in your life with funny bug cartoons with labels “The Backstabber”, “The Cheapskate”, “The Drama Queen” etc. Bugs are posted to Facebook/Twitter/email/text

Aug 15, 2011 – NEW YORK, NY – Everyone has at least one of them in their life. Someone who irritates you and makes life difficult. Maybe your newspaper carrier left your paper out in the rain again or your neighbor let his dog go the bathroom on your lawn again. Are you tired of the incessant demand to be social with people who just plain bug you? Now you can strike back with Bugging Me, a brand new, FREE, amusing viral iPhone, iPad, and iTouch app that lets you match up the annoying people in your life with online comical bug cartoons…sure to make people laugh and to get across what you really think of people. This app is perfect for those people who want to turn social networking on its head with wit and style.

Bugging Me is a product of Lounge Lizard Worldwide, Inc – a New York based creative agency specializing in the creation of new and innovative mobile apps and websites. The app is extremely easy to use, you simply pick a bug that represents the person who is bugging you, type in who or what is bugging you, then let the world know who is bugging you! You can launch your bug to your Facebook wall, Twitter Feed, or even email or text blast to all your friends! Some of the hilarious bug icons include “The Attention Seeker”, “The Backstabber”, “The Gossip Queen”, “The Cry Baby”, “The Egomaniac” and “The Hothead.”

SmokinApps.com gave Bugging Me 4 out of 5 stars and said, “All in all, this is a fun little, innocent app, because all these little bugs are very cute. The Know It All, for instance, is actually quite cuddly, especially seeing as it’s a bug! I think that’s why this app isn’t mean or nasty, it’s just a friendly nudge to a relative or a friend or even a teacher. The cartoons are very good and make this app!”

“Everyone has someone who gets on their nerves and bugs them,” said Ken Braun, CEO of Lounge Lizard Worldwide, Inc. “We created Bugging Me as a fun way for people to express themselves in a way that is meant to entertain. It could be a friend, a neighbor, a government official…even a celebrity. Now you can tell the world who’s bugging you.”

For more information on Bugging Me and download instructions for the app: http://www.whosbuggingme.com

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