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One day recently, Alexandra Tweten was browsing Facebook when a woman she knew posted a screenshot of a recent exchange she’d had on Ok Cupid.“I want to message you, but I’m afraid,” the man said.The woman didn't respond for 12 hours, after which the man followed up with one word: "Asshole."As these things often do, the missive prompted a piling on of similar tales of inscrutably weird or profoundly rude dating messages.
And why bother to ask them out in all different ways? One blogger recently ran an Ok Cupid experiment for which he set up five fake male and five fake female profiles.
The name is a play on “Bye Felicia,” a meme used to signify that someone has left a party, and they won’t be missed.
Since creating it Monday of last week, Tweten has received more than two dozen submissions.
” wrote a Texas “dating coach” named Harris O’Malley. ”Earlier this year, a male Reddit user tried setting up a fake, female Ok Cupid profile using a picture of a friend (with permission).
Seconds after he created his username, he received his first message.