Screw ‘Pokemon Go.’ Dena’s ‘Chardonnay Go’ looks way more fun
With so many people obsessing over the new "Pokemon Go" video game app, New Jersey 101.5's Dena Blizzard is introducing a new app (well, an app that many adults probably wish existed).
The idea: Have adult users stare at their phones as they hunt for glasses of chardonnay. She calls it "Chardonnay Go."
Since the Pokemon Go app launched, New Jersey residents have spent countless hours trying to find and catch Pokemon’s characters while walking around the block, or driving to work, all while letting their phones guide them. The application uses maps to offer users an interactive experience to catch the characters.
Dena's "app," on the other hand, is a bit different.
In fact, after just a few minutes, Dena managed to capture elusive glasses and bottles of chardonnay right outside her house, down the block, in a car and even in the waistband of a guy walking his dog.
To us, that seems a whole lot more rewarding.
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Toniann Antonelli is a social content producer for NJ 101.5. She can be reached at email@example.com, or on Twitter @ToniRadio1015.