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Read this ad copy for a creepy online dating service where people are encouraged to create deceptive avatars that make out on a virtual dance floor with other deceptive avatars:

“Visit Utherverse.com and have your pick of quality men in a safe, fun environment. Utherverse has had more online marriages than any other online dating site . Get to know him virtually before meeting him for real! Take charge of your dating life at utherverse.com.
Read more…”

“More online marriages…” I LOVE the ambiguity of this statement. Does it mean:
* More couples who meet here get married than any other online dating service?
OR
* People get “online married” here, as in, their avatars go to the virtual Elvis chapel to tie the virtual knot?
OR, my favorite, and probably the one that is actually TRUE:
* More people who are on this site are actually MARRIED and cheating on their spouses with deceptive avatars than on any other site because we don’t require any sort of background check or even gently suggest that you not ava-date if you’re already married to a real human being.

Hot. Also, though, just fyi, that’s not how you spell “other”, guys. Kthnxbye.

2 Comments

  1. michael wrote:

    It’s not a typo, they just really love King Arthur’s dad

    Friday, May 29, 2009 at 12:21 pm | Permalink
  2. Connor wrote:

    Funny Post and all, the real question should be Why were you browsing dating services?

    Sunday, May 31, 2009 at 6:09 pm | Permalink

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