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Published:February 20th, 2013 11:31 EST
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Would You Rent A Fake Facebook Girlfriend For $250 A Week?

By Robert Paul Reyes

"For $750, a service will give someone the appearance of having a girlfriend complete with lovey Facebook updates, texts and voicemails.

The website, Fake Internet Girlfriend, seems to be taking a page from "Catfish` and offering lonely guys a way to seem normal, reliable or desirable.

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The cost to rent an online girlfriend is $250 a month, but a three-month commitment is necessary, meaning a client would have to fork over a $750 investment. The fake girlfriend will show up on Facebook, Twitter or even World of Warcraft and call you soppy nicknames, appear jealous or ask when you are coming over."

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Employers check social media sites to determine if a job applicant would make a good employee, and if a girl is interested in a dude she will look at his Facebook page to see if he is boyfriend material. If a lady examines a guy`s Facebook page, and it doesn`t feature pics of female friends, she may write him off as a loser.

Manti Teo`s fake girlfriend hoax caused him incalculable humiliation and may have ruined his chances of being drafted in the first round.

But renting a fake girlfriend from Fake Internet Girlfriend may enhance your social life. Men and women will want to hang around a dude who has a hot girlfriend who is always sending him lovey-dovey messages to his Facebook page.

A fake girlfriend isn`t exactly cheap to rent at $750 for a three-month commitment, but she`s a lot less expensive than a real girlfriend.

Maybe I should buy a fake girlfriend for life, it would save me thousands in the long run.

If the fake girlfriend scheme turns out to be a success, I`m sure we will soon see FakeInternetBoyfriend. Com.

Read More:

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/blogs/press-here/750-Buys-Fake-Girlfriend-on-Facebook-191870601.html

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