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Mom introduces world to 'Chardonnay Go'

App helps players find glasses of wine

Dena Blizzard/Facebook
Dena Blizzard/Facebook

A New Jersey woman has capitalized on the "Pokemon Go" phenomenon by introducing a more parent-friendly version.

Dena Blizzard, a comedian and fill-in radio host, put a little twist on "Pokemon Go" with a spoof that went viral called "Chardonnay Go." It has generated more than 16 million views on Facebook.

“Did you know there’s an app for moms called ‘Chardonnay Go’ where you can actually find glasses of chardonnay all over your neighborhood? And it’s really simple. There’s actually a glass really close to my house right now. Let’s go find it, let’s ‘Chardonnay Go!'” Blizzard said in the video.

Chardonnay Go

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Posted by One Funny Mother, Dena Blizzard on Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Blizzard follows her phone around the neighborhood, grabbing glasses of wine from different places. She even found one in a dog walker's pants.

Sounds fun, right? Unfortunately, it's not a real app, so don't try looking for it in your app store.