Sweet sugar art spoof: Watch Ryan Gosling use a snorting simulator app

Oh, the times we live in! The "there's an app for that" meme blows up to a whole new meaning when you use your iPhone as a snorting simulator. Did we say blow? Yep, cocaine consumption seems to be exactly what this Ryan Gosling lookalike tries to demo in the video above. 

The app may be called "Sweet sugar - Art" and does what it says on the tin - let's you draw and disperse shapes with virtual sugar - but, come on, we all know the kind of fun Hollywood has in private or in public with a few "sugar" dashes now and then. Now, get it from the link below, and draw that sweet teddy bear you see in the thumb, no cheap stunts!

Download Sweet sugar - Art ($0.99)



1. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Gosh and they want you to pay for that stupid app? Seriously? He's had practice I'm sure. Even though the app is lame, it could get teens who have never tried cocaine to think its harmless and get some for real. Because that is how stupid certain groups of teens are. After all they are stupid enough to use the Snapchat Speed app while driving anf almost kill themselves and someone else. Instead of having a passenger hold the phone while you have 2 hands on the wheel. Stupid! We dont need to encourage drug usage/addiction.Today's youths can't handle any drugs.

2. TBomb

Posts: 1484; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

While I can't honestly say I haven't snap chatted while driving in my life, I do agree with you.

3. gersont1000

Posts: 473; Member since: Mar 13, 2012

Of course they had to call it "sugar". The Apple overlords must act as the conscience of all its acolytes, I mean customers, and they would not have approved if it was something else. But regardless, what a stupid app. I think fart apps have more use.

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