The Best Place to Get a Last-Minute Internet Valentine's Date (A Real-Time Experiment)Kyle Wagner2/14/12 11:10amFiled to: Valentine's DayOnline datingBad ideasDatingbestmodoTop492EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink You don't have a Valentine's Day date. It's ok, neither do I. But I am going to put myself out there for your benefit and figure out which social network will give you the best chance to beg a last minute Valentine's Day date. Starting... now. Advertisement At exactly 11:30 EST, we're going to activate comments in this post, and have me post identical date-seeking messages to Craigslist, OKCupid (fresh account), and to my personal Facebook and Google+ (ha!) accounts. I'll also be tweeting a date solicitation. I'll be honest about why I'm looking—datelessness and service to you—and then report which method was the fastest, best, and most horrifying.And if, after two hours or so, I've come up empty, I'll tell you that too.The date will be low-key. Just a drink or a coffee this evening at a place that's convenient. I'm buying, unless you'd rather go dutch. Your submission will be on the record, but we won't post anything about the date itself—unless I somehow manage to lose another laptop during it. Here's the rundown on me, so you aren't grossly disappointed: Advertisement Height: 5'5" Weight: 145 Build: Average Ethnicity: Korean Occupation: Gizmodo Peon Hobbies: Losing laptops, LinningTo qualify as a date, you have to be a verifiable human being (we won't share personal details) and available at 6:30 tonight in New York City and environs. So that's how I'll be spending my Valentine's Day. Check back in a bit to see exactly how good (or terrible) an idea it is.Update: Things didn't go so very well. Long story short, I struck out. Check out the full rundown here.