So, I guess that there really is an app for everything.

Want to see what you'd look like if you got a boob job? There's an app for that!

Want to confess your sins, but just can't find the time to make it to church? There's an app for that, too!

Need to "cure" your homosexual tendencies? Some idiot made an app for that, as well.

And now, there's an app that will teach any man "How To Please A Woman In Bed". I'm not joking. I wish I was.

Obviously, whoever it is that developed this app had a lot of time on his hands, but not enough time to do things like spell "married" correctly (it's spelled "merried" in the app. That's not even a word).

Even the description makes me cringe and think "Man, I hope no one's taking advice from this guy." (Sorry, I have to assume that a dude made this app.)

It starts out fine:

Foreplay is an essential ingredient of a satisfying sexual relationship.

But then... Well, read for yourself:

In general terms, women are emotional creatures and that is why they like, enjoy, and even need foreplay.

Is that so? Well, thanks for filling me in on my own psyche, buddy.

Twitter user Scaraboo, Tweeted (I'm assuming sarcastically) that this is the "Finest app in the history of apps." And, she has also provided us with a lovely photo gallery of screen shots from this amazing app.

I'm just gonna go ahead and throw my two cents out there on the subject. If you need an app to tell you how foreplay should work, you're doing it wrong.

Foreplay. Should there be an app for that?