As Valentine's day is just around the corner, a group of content creators, Ani Acopian, Suzy Shinn and Morgan Gruer, as a joke created a 'buy a date' website which is eerily similar to Amazon. The new website which was a simple prank is also a joke and a satire on the plethora of dating popular apps used by people. The website even has a variety of options through which people can 'buy' the person they want to date.
In the website, every person on the list also has a price, a rating, detailed reviews and even a description of their hobbies. The website also has a feature which allows one to choose how tall one wants their partner to be, with options going till eight feet. The site further includes a feature of 'love language' to each person, where one can choose from options like words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time and physical touch.
When one goes ahead to 'purchase' the person, a review window also pops up and once the order is placed, a fake confirmation message is generated. Later the person using the site is redirected to a downloaded document called a 'Non-Ghosting Agreement'. The website which started as a prank has now become an internet sensation and netizens found the new 'prank' website hilarious.
I didn’t know I needed this but I definitely did, thank you— Edden Amber 📸 (@helloimedden) February 4, 2020
Um wow this is so cool— Robyn Frost (@robynhfrost) February 4, 2020
the funny thing is amazon is so big that i bet there is for sure someone running around internally trying to figure out who approved this 🤣— George Kedenburg III (@GK3) February 4, 2020
This is something excellent and terrible all at once! DRONE DELIVERY GIRLFRIENDS!— Tom Jepson (@tomjepsoncrtv) February 4, 2020
THE REVIEWS 😂🤣🤣 this is genius— 🌒🌓🌔🌕Ches🌕🌖🌗🌘 (@chesmrow) February 4, 2020
Non ghosting agreement…I’m dead, so good!— Kunal Tandon (@KunalTandon) February 4, 2020