Feeling unlucky lately? Got rejected by your crush? Or may be he/she doesn’t even recognize your efforts? Going to an interview and feeling nervous? Maybe this app can help you!
There is an application developed by Blimps LLC under the the Lifestyle category on Google Pay Store and its named “Lucky Cactus”. Just so you know, it a paid application and it costs a whooping 10$. You read that right, 10$, and its all yours! Let me explain to you how this application works:
You just have to tap on that cactus and that’s it! You’re instantly lucky! Most of the people are saying that it is a bogus application, well, me too! But read about the description of this application made by the company, it’s really intriguing:
“What is the Lucky Cactus?
It is a state of mind
It may or may not give you luck
Maybe it will
Money, love, power, whatever you want
Maybe it could all be yours.“
A person who bought the app commented that the application is effective and working but did not expect it to work at first. The night he downloaded the app, he didn’t think too much about it and tapped on the cactus a dozen of times while saying to himself “let something lucky happen to me”. Then something cool happened after fifteen minutes, his classes on the next day were cancelled.
One day he was feeling tired and didn’t want to attend work, so he tapped his cactus praying that his boss would suddenly tell him that he is not required to go to work that day. A few hours later, his manager called telling him he could go to work late.
The app rating in the Apple Store is fairly high, but on Google Play Store, the application has low rating and the reviews were not good. People are obviously commenting that the app is fake and that will be just a waste of money.
Personally, I also think that the app will be just a waste of money and will not give you any luck. But hey, maybe if you believe in the app, maybe mentally, it will bring you luck. It’s just all in the mind. How about you? Will you pay 10 bucks for good luck?
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