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The Best Online Dating Satire

Online dating can sometimes be stressful, which is why it's great to read a good online dating satire or April Fool's joke once in awhile. Here are the best online satire and/or April Fool's jokes on the Web:

 

1) Google Romance
On April 1, 2006, Google announced that it had launched a new online dating service, complete with a promotional tagline - "Dating is a search problem. Solve it with Google Romance." Features included "soulmate search" to help you quickly find the love of your life.

Visit Google Romance Site | Read About Google Romance

 

2) eHarmony Founder Finds Love on Match.com
On April 1, 2008, Online Dating Magazine posted an article about eHarmony founder, Dr. Neil Clark Warren, finding love on Match.com. The article was a hit online and even featured by CBS News in a sampling of 10 April Fool's Day jokes.

Read eHarmony Founder Finds Love on Match.com | See CBS News Story

 

3) Online Dating Streamlines Rejection for Women
On February 12, 2008, two days before Valentine's Day, The Onion (a popular satire news site) put out a story about how online dating streamlines rejection for women.

See Online Dating Streamlines Rejection for Women | Visit The Onion

 

4) Geek Rejected by Dating Service Surrenders After Standoff
On June 14, 2004, Satirium posted a satire article about a geek who was rejected by online dating service hot-hot-hot.com and refused to emerge from his cubicle until a girl complimented his dimple.

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5) Chelsea Clinton Joins Millionaire Dating Service
On April 1, 2008, Online Dating Magazine posted an article that Chelsea Clinton had joined a Millionaire online dating service in hopes of raising money for her mom's presidential campaign. On April 1, 2008, Hillary Clinton was in a major uphill battle with Barack Obama for the democratic presidential nomination. It had already been reported that her campaign was suffering financially. This April Fool's joke article used that premise for its satire article.

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