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    i <3 archive.org :)

    Found it by googleing for "imaginary."

    http://web.archive.org/web/200605300...rlfriends.com/

    Some of you might not laugh, but I know I sure did.
    Hi.

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    Now thats a site I would give my CC to haha. I cant believe stuff like that exists....

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    They're all so young no-one would believe any of them would be my g/f. I'll bet those girls make a lot of money on this.... Sad but true..
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    I think it said 2 weeks for 50$

    -They have to write a few letters
    -Leave a few messages
    -Send emails often

    All in all its about 2 hours worth of work spread out in 2 weeks
    If they had multiple clients each and actually worked 40 hours a week....

    That would be like a grand a week for pretending to be a girlfriend lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by oofki
    I think it said 2 weeks for 50$

    -They have to write a few letters
    -Leave a few messages
    -Send emails often

    All in all its about 2 hours worth of work spread out in 2 weeks
    If they had multiple clients each and actually worked 40 hours a week....

    That would be like a grand a week for pretending to be a girlfriend lol

    I've got it.....

    Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing...

    Imaginary Tech support.......dot com.....

    for just $50 per day, you can email me and I'll pretend to help you with your tech support woes. In your email, you can request a phone call (for an additional $20 per call/per user). Of course, I'll have to spend the first thirty minutes of our one hour conversation asking you pointless questions about your name, age, email, address, DOB, gender, mother's maiden name, your uncle's friend's nephew's sister's friend's former roommate in colleges mother's middle name, and then we'll get down to business. I'll even pretend to transfer you to someone 'higher-up' for just an additional $10 per call/per user......

    That sounds like a heck of a money maker there :-)

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    Sign me up! haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by z31200n3
    I've got it.....

    Ladies and Gentlemen, introducing...

    Imaginary Tech support.......dot com.....

    for just $50 per day, you can email me and I'll pretend to help you with your tech support woes. In your email, you can request a phone call (for an additional $20 per call/per user). Of course, I'll have to spend the first thirty minutes of our one hour conversation asking you pointless questions about your name, age, email, address, DOB, gender, mother's maiden name, your uncle's friend's nephew's sister's friend's former roommate in colleges mother's middle name, and then we'll get down to business. I'll even pretend to transfer you to someone 'higher-up' for just an additional $10 per call/per user......

    That sounds like a heck of a money maker there :-)
    That's what I affectionately call "my dayjob".

    I do wonder when the users find out they're jusing the imaginary service, tho

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    LOL @ imaginary tech support

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    z31200n3: Thats great! I'm going to see if our marketing department can clean that up a bit and make it look nice and professional. Then I'm going to hang that in my office. Hmm... could use the classic "man over a pc with a large sledge hammer" logo...

    Hmm, or maybe as one of those free ads in the daily clasified ads!
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    Go on the DIY tab, that should get you something nice looking quite easily. I want a few of the "real" ones for the office. "If we ignore our customers maybe they will go away"
    If the world doesn't stop annoying me I will name my kids ";DROP DATABASE;" and get revenge.

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