It should come as no surprise to you that we're part of a generation that really enjoys sharing things. From Facebook to Foursquare, social media feeds our obsession with alerting everybody as to what we're doing, when it's happening, where we're doing it and who we're doing it with. Well, I have some news that should pretty much scare the crap out of you. There is now a way to literally find out where, when and with which people are actually doing "it." Yes, that "it" and yes, there's quite literally an app for that.


I'd like to introduce to you the "I just made love" app. See, I told you to be scared. Just like you'd do for something like Foursquare which uses GPS to help pinpoint your location, you get to select the spot where your um, encounter happened. So now you can not only "check in" at the local bar in town with your friends, you can now pretty much "check in" after hours, and let us know if you're indoors, in a car or, like another option the app gives you, on a boat. [via Huffington Post]

The tagline going along with the app is, "Tell the World! Make Everybody Jealous!" and with a website called "I Just Made Love" going along with it, the odds seem to be in the app's favor. On the website there's a 'Love Counter" where you can see how many people have logged their hook-ups. My brain is already turning at the amount of drama this app can cause. People have problems seeing their significant other and flings in pictures they don't like, imagine seeing their name tagged in someone else's hook-up check-in? It'd be madness.

Furthering their desire to create jealousy, the app itself features a way to tell everyone what positions you used thanks to some pretty nifty stick figures. As if that wasn't enough, it even gives you the ability to make comments, ya know, to tell your partner how things went or maybe give them some constructive criticism for round two. 

What do you guys think? A way to be in control of your sexuality? Or just completely unnecessary?