Wednesday, April 02, 2008


Hey, anyone notice anything funny in the following email I just got?, which is a website I belong to, sent this email out. While it seems random for a site like this to start a dating service, it is even creepier that Todd P. from Oshkosh, WI is "ecstatically happy" with a woman but is also porking a guy from New Jersey.

CafePress LoveMatch™ is still in BETA testing, and so far we have some amazing success stories to share.
Todd P. from Oshkosh, WI
"It seemed too good to be true - finally, a dating service that combines fashion statements and hobbies with matchmaking. I knew that someone out there would share my passion for collecting funny and interesting thongs!"
Liberty B. from Lakeville, IL
"It's so hard to find people that are serious about finding true love, but Todd and I are ecstatically happy!
Thanks, CafePress LoveMatch!"
Addai L. from Hoboken, NJ
"I couldn't believe it when I found someone else that feels so strongly about Leap Year!"
Mary-Catherine O. from St. Augustine, FL
"The best part about finding Addai in 2008 is that we have 4 years to plan our wedding. We're so excited about February 29th, 2012!"
Fernando N. from Deep Ellum, TX
"I had no idea that I'd ever date a man, but once we discovered our mutual amor for opera and Chihuahuas we realized that we were perfect for each other!"
Todd P. from Oshkosh, WI
"I really appreciate the flexibility and freedom that CafePress LoveMatch gives me. You should try it!"
Stay tuned for the exciting launch of CafePress LoveMatch™ - true love might be just an "Add to Cart" away!


sharona said...

Wha...? Todd collects funny and interesting thongs?
Are you sure you didn't receive this on the 1st? The things they say are quite stupid. If this is supposed to be serious, they need to fire whoever put this little ad together!

Vypergirl said...

Todd looks creepily like Seth Green, or is it just me??

Erin said...

Dang, Sharona. I'm such an idiot! After you mentioned April 1st, I took a closer look at the email and it said at the bottom (in very small letters) that it was a joke. They got me.