Hahahaha! More accolades for Match.com, which is finally getting sued for having fake profiles and sending BS winks and emails to male customers. See this article in the New York Post where Brooklynite Sean McGinn is suing for $5 million, citing the pain and anguish he felt when his emails were unreplied to because they were going to fake accounts. Boo hoo. I love it. Nothing like getting super depressed because you emailed 100 chicks on Match and no one emailed back. UPDATE: McGinn dropped the lawsuit because he was ridiculed massively on the Internet. Really? Too bad, would love to have seen Match get it in the 5-hole on this one. Ironically, he met his current girlfriend on Match. Not even sure what to say about that.
See video here from Fox News:
I love that the news anchor is blonde, has big boobs, and acts like a total idiot when describing the whole deal. Also, why are these lawyers and news people giving love advice? Friggin’ New Yorkers, think they know everything.
Let me just say this. I’ve written before about my experiences with fake profiles on Match.com. It’s common knowledge that this is going on and I think it’s completely ridiculous, but when I was doing online dating I accepted it 100% as just part of the game. Learning how to sift through the noise, so to speak. If you’re going to do the Match.com thing, and everyone has/is, get your bullshit detector ready.