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GirlfriendHire.com: Where Virtual Girlfriends Do Your Bidding

by Hazel Chua
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The Internet has made a lot of things in life easier, like communicating with friends and family overseas, keeping up long-distance relationships, and doing your work while you’re on the go. Now a site is taking things one step further – by letting you get a virtual girlfriend for just $5.

GirlfriendHireGirlfriendHire.com contains listings from girls who are willing to almost anything (not too indecent) for five bucks: talk with you for a year on Skype, do your homework, and even pretend to break up with you online so your real girlfriend will break up with you. (The last one is for the guys who don’t have the guts to break up with their current girlfriend the right way.)

They’ll even punch their real-life boyfriends while shouting “Rob Burns rocks!” to get their hands on your $5. Here’s the video to prove it:

[via Dvice via Gizmodo]

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