ATLANTA, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Angry with your cowardly ex for breaking up with you by text message? Upset about the way Congress is handling the health care bill? Frustrated that your favorite football team didn't make it to the playoffs?
BirdSend.com™ is the Web site you've been looking for to vent your frustrations. BirdSend.com announced its launch today as the only Web site where you can flip someone The Bird online. The brainchild of Atlanta resident Josh Craig and his dad, this free service lets you e-mail someone The Bird (you know, the middle finger). When you e-mail someone The Bird you can flip someone off openly and tell them why, or you can send your bird anonymously.
Another feature of BirdSend.com is Bird Watching, where users share comments about who should receive "The Bird." Users can suggest politicians, celebrities, world leaders, CEOs, states, countries and anyone that might deserve the good ol' middle finger. Bird Watching offers the offenders a chance to see who is upset at them, and why, and to post a comment in their defense. "What would happen if people started sending The Bird to politicians?" Josh wonders. "Would that have an impact?"
The notion of BirdSend.com was born the day Josh's dad said, "It's too bad you can't send someone The Bird by e-mail." Josh exclaimed, "Sweet! That's a GREAT idea!" and immediately started designing the Web site.
Asked why he thought people might like to flip someone off by e-mail, Josh said, "Three reasons: One, it's funny; two, it's easy; and three, nobody has offered a service like this on the Internet. Sometimes the best response to someone is to flip them off. 'Oh, you're gonna hike the interest rate on my credit card to 29% for no good reason? Here's The Bird!' 'Oh, you're gonna make me train my replacement and then lay me off? Here's The Bird!' I think BirdSend.com is a great way to help people express their frustrations by giving them a practical and easy action they can take immediately that says, 'Hey, I'm fu@%ing ticked off about this issue or that politician or anything really!'"
Sure to be controversial, Josh hopes BirdSend.com will be used by anyone who needs to vent their frustrations, anger or outrage, or share a joke all in good fun. "This is an online service that gives you a way to say, 'Hey, I don't like what you are doing or how you are behaving.' It's not a service to express bigotry, prejudice or hatred. Most people will use BirdSend.com as a joke. Others will want to flip off corporations, politicians, or celebrities. Whatever the reason, we hope BirdSend.com helps people get a few things off their chest and helps them feel empowered so that no matter what 2010 hands them they can respond with their middle finger if necessary!"
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