For the past 12 years, I’ve found dates, play partners, fuck buddies and friends nearly exclusively via the internet. Because of the invisible wall that the internet provides for people, I’ve also come in contact with quite a few people over the years that I would certainly classify as odd. But sometimes the odd people can be the most entertaining.
I think that at some point in time everyone must has come across an email from a scam artist that is trying to pull a banking scam. These dickheads email you, give you a sob story or try to convince you that they love you so that they can ask you for all sorts of bank account information, credit card numbers, passwords, birthdays, etc. all so that they can rob you blind.
Hopefully by now everyone with internet access realizes that this information is stuff that should never be given out anybody at all ever…especially not the idiot emailing you in broken English who just happened to come across your email address randomly.
This morning, when I was checking my email my boyfriend sent me a link to this site called Nigerian Scam Dating.The site is a super funny parody dating site with pull down menus that provide you with tons of colorful adjectives so that you can find the husband/wife/scam artist that is perfect for you.
For my criteria, I choose…
I am an overtrusting woman seeking a shifty Nigerian hustler with a diagnosed mental illness who will cheerfully murder me for ten dollars and a bowl of skittles and is interested in My Money.
The disclaimer on the site is also pretty hilarious…
We advise signing up for NigerianScamDating.com only if your wealth is making you feel uncomfortable and you’re looking for an efficient way of divesting yourself of it in its entirety. NigerianScamDating.com is not responsible for any tiny vestige of cash or self-respect you manage to hold onto….
Take a poke around the site and have a laugh or two.Then go check out XTube so you can have a sexy conversation with someone who is real.