This is ridiculous. This site, GirlfriendHire, boasts the tagline, â€śGirls make up creative fling ideas, Boys pay for the fling.â€ť Essentially, it connects guys with girls to do their homework or prank their girlfriendsâ€¦all for $5. On the site's homepage, users can scroll through categories from "fake breakup," to "relationship advice" and "homework help." It was founded by a college student (male) as a way for girls to make money while pursuing higher education, a way "for girls to be their own bosses and guys to have something fun â€” a tool to use, if you want to call it that."
This concept is not quite new. Ever since the dawn of time â€” or at least the dawn of summer overnight camp -- nerdy, needy guys have been making up pretend girlfriends to prove they can actually score. But why rely on your imagination and a web of intricate lies ("Yeah guy, she's totally hot. She lives in Vancouver, though. I met her at my cousin's wedding.") when a website can do everything for you?
If you want a user-perspective, check out this review and user manual on Gizmodo. Itâ€™s kinda hilarious.
I feel like this is crazy. Hot girls sending pics and texts and masquerading as a girlfriend on Facebook for lonely boys? Do you ever wonder how we got here? Is it meant to make a real-life girlfriend jealous? Meant to make a loser dude look cool to his bros? I just donâ€™t get it.
Our verdict: WTF. I repeat, I just donâ€™t get it.
What do you think? Is this arrangement empowering for anyone involved? Would you consider joining and â€śselling your services?â€ť
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