Online dating site sheds some festive fat
How would you do if you woke up to find you are no longer a member of your favorite dating site - reason: you had too much of the holiday treaties and the button of your pants just wont give in.
Well, if you are a member of BeautifulPeople.com (a site with the question: "Do you want to guarantee your dates will always be beautiful?" on its homepage) a few extra pounds on you iss ugly – better drop those devouring sugary treaties if you wanna stay on.
The website announced the other day that it deactivated thousands of its members that had gained weight as a PR stunt in a bid to maintain its status as 'the sexiest website in the world.' The spokeswoman for the website Miki Haines said "Five thousand members have been let go… Basically they all posted photographs on the site between November and the New Year, and these photographs were a little less flattering than their previous photos."
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PR gimmick or not, why would anyone want to be a member of such a superficial site – a site where the founder Robert Hinze says: “Letting fatties roam the site is a direct threat to our business model” without even the slightest flinch of a muscle?
Do members of such websites expect to find love? Really :roll:
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