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  • TheLADbible has launched an app
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TheLADbible has launched an app

The news that both Zoo and FHM have closed their doors has led many to rejoice over the apparent death of lad culture. But we shouldn’t speak too soon; just 24 hours following the release of the first app from neo-lad media outlet TheLADbible, it’s hit the number one spot on the App Store.

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