Scuze Me

Have you ever found yourself in a situation you desperately needed an excuse to get out from, but your inexplicable need to be polite inhibits you from fleeing without an explanation? Well, worry no more! With our new ScuzeMe app you will have a variety of excuses and still have your decency intact. 

Our app opens up to this incognito cover that inadvertently fools your unwanted company into thinking it's an ordinary home page.

Each row of apps is a button of its own with the guise of being multiple apps.

Top Row: This button sets off the sound of a siren, with this cue you jump out the nearest window and run as far off into the distance as you can. Your guest will only be left to assume that you are on the run and never ask about it again, due to the embarrassment it must have caused you and the awkwardness of their being present.

Second Row: This is the classic fake phone call. This button opens up to an incoming call image and ringer. Your unwanted company will understand as you casually walk away and make a real call for some real help to get out of a real pain of a situation.

Third Row: When this is pressed, it pops open a twitter page and subsequent tweet. One of your many followers must have mentioned or replied back. At this point you proceed to excitedly explain that a celebrity follower tweeted a picture of you two that by no means should have been up in the first place. You politely excuse yourself as you try to "deal with the press".

Last Row: This button opens up a text box when clicked. You can type either "cough" or "sneeze" and press the button one more time, as a deadly sound bite comes across the sound board. Your guest will only proceed to assume you have an awful contagious disease and leave you. 

It's as easy as that!

                                          * Left image displays the fake phone call image, Right image is the last button enabled with open text box. *


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Created by: Chiara Marquez and Josephine Li
Chiara Marquez,
Sep 10, 2012, 9:29 PM
Chiara Marquez,
Sep 10, 2012, 9:33 PM