The Flipper has essentially "script kiddied" a lot of things that were already possible, just not packaged in an easy to execute way. As annoying as they are, they do pose a good lesson for developers and end-users. For some reason, people believe it is a good thing for wireless networking to behave like 20-year-olds hopped up on aphrodisiacs at an ancient org-y, constantly announcing "I'm available!" and "Let's pair!"
(fascinating, the correct spelling is considered a "bad word" by the community filter - thanks for you censorship)