Online dating, like real life dating, can get a little skeevy because people are lame and pervy and also, lame and pervy. So to see the type of lame and pervy responses that a cute girl would get while on a dating service like OKCupid, a guy created a fake profile with a picture of a cute girl and BATSHIT INSANE CRAZY information. How did the guys take it? They loved it!
Rob Fee from Mandatory made sure to make "her" profile as idiotic and unappealing as possible, littering it with typos, racism, criminal activities and picking the most inane hobbies and interests ("2 and one half men" and "bon jorvi" and "yolo"). If people actually read the profile, they'd think this "girl" wasn't right in the head and that they should stay far away from her. But of course the profile racked up views and 39 messages in 6 hours.
So right, maybe people skipped the reading the profile part and just went guns blazing when they saw "her" picture. But Fee continued to stress the crazy in "her" messages:
In other messages, Fee responded that she needs to get her arm refitted, that she was sexually friendly with her cousin, that she's a part-time prostitute and yet the guys kept continuing the conversations in hopes of meeting up IRL. It's like they'll ignore all the flaws and red flags as long as the person on the other side of the screen is a cute girl. Or I guess, as long as there is a picture of a cute girl on the other side of the screen. Read more about the hilarious OKCupid experiment here. [Mandatory]