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Australian woman creates 'worst dating profile in history' with model pic as experiment

Columnist Alli Reed created the profile to prove that men will click on just about anything.
By Evan Bleier   |   Jan. 7, 2014 at 10:24 AM   |   Comments

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Jan. 7 (UPI) -- An Australian columnist paired a picture of her model best friend with the “worst fake dating profile in history” in an experiment to see just how low men will go if they see a pretty girl.

As you can probably guess, she got a ton of responses.

Alli Reed was “hoping to prove that there exists an online dating profile so loathsome that no man would message it” but ended up discovering that some men just don’t have any limits.

As if her profile name, Aaroncarterfan, wasn’t bad enough, she indicated that she was mean, spoiled, lazy, racist, manipulative and a gold digger. Even a skill like being good at "convincing people im pregnant lol" and never wanting to be without "$$$, my car, my phone, keeping america american, my family, my friends, and Aaron Carter” weren’t enough to keep away the men.

"After reading 500 messages from men who apparently had just slapped their semi-erect penis on their keyboard a few times and pressed 'send', my already flimsy grasp on reality was loosening," Reed wrote.

Once the experiment proved beyond a doubt that men will message just about anyone, even if they are “mean-crazy, life-destroying-crazy or crazy-crazy," Reed called it off by giving some parting advice.

"You don't want someone who will pull out your teeth and then sue you for child support; you deserve someone who will make you want to be better than you are, and will want to be better because of you. You deserve happiness, and love, and adventure. Be brave. Don't settle," she wrote. "STOP [EXPLETIVE] MESSAGING AARONCARTERFAN, YOU A------."


[News.com.au]

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