Posted on December 4, 2007
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Before I came across YouTube-meets-online dating startup SayHeyHey via , I had never given much thought to forced sterilization. I’ve always known that the singles population is a lot like the general population: a few winners, a whole lot of losers (to use a George Carlin line). Fortunately, Drama 2.0’s existence consists primarily of supermodels, actresses, royalty, heiresses, wives of rich guys and the occasional private companion. As such, I’ve remained quite isolated from the low society dating scene. But the horror of watching the videos singles have posted of themselves on SayHeyHey has led me to believe that the situation is much more dire than I had ever imagined. It is time for us to consider that forced sterilization could be necessary to save the human race.
I present the following videos, alongside my commentary, as evidence of this fact.
Ivania says she wants a don who is operating at a high level but I’d say that given the way she’d dressed and the way she speaks, she’s mistaken about her own level. Is this video filmed in a nightclub bathroom?
Gelusa advises her prospective dates to look her in the eyes. Apparently men are more likely to look at her breasts. I can’t imagine why. Perhaps it has something to do with her wardrobe? In another video, Gelusa, a resident of San Jose, California, mentions that she is a model and actress. My “advices” to her: you’re about 500 miles too far north. Come down to Beverly Hills. I’ll pick you up in my Bentley, take you to dinner at Hooters, bring you back to my big house and if I haven’t gone completely insane listening to you by then, I just might let you sit on my casting couch.
Monique wants a hot, earthy vegan horticulturist who loves to travel, dance and speaks multiple languages. Fortunately for humanity, the last hot, earthy, vegan horticulturist who loves to travel, dance and speaks multiple languages was arrested on marijuana possession charges in Turkey last week and was sentenced to life in prison.
What a catch! When she says she has leftovers, she means it in more ways than one!
All she wants is a guy that feels himself. That’s not being very selective. At least her classy friend is a little bit more picky.
At least she’s honest!
Ready for my list Nicki?
Proof of the most inconvenient truth: forced sterilization cannot wait.
Of course, some of the videos on SayHeyHey were clearly made jokingly but as far as I’m concerned, people willing to post videos like these, serious or not, lack good judgment (for what should be obvious reasons) and probably should be removed from the gene pool anyway.
If YouTube has demonstrated just how many stupid people inhabit this planet, SayHeyHey seems capable of demonstrating why those stupid people should not be reproducing. A $2.5 million Series A round can’t be far around the corner.
Note to female readers: yes, I’m aware that most men are just as bad. I simply didn’t have the interest to look at videos posted by men. I do, however, support forced castration.
4 Responses to “SayHeyHey: YouTube for Dating Provides Evidence That Forced Sterilization Might Be Appropriate After All”
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@It is time for us to consider that forced sterilization could be necessary to save the…
Are you suggesting that we kill the ‘follower’ gene? And make more ‘leader’ gene? Overall, would that be good for the economy?
I know you’ve learned from Schwartz’s “Paradox of Choice”, but have you seen Judge’s ‘Idiocracy’?
Killing the “follower” gene might not be good for my wallet but it’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make to save humanity!
Hmmm…Might be difficult. Based on my Beacon data, your recent friendships and purchases indicate you seem to favor the ‘leader’ gene. Furthermore my Beacon third-party applet (grandfathered), “Data-Deconstructor-ZX-EGG” suggests that you might even be a prolific trendsetter. Will you not mate?
I already have 7 children and 12 alleged offspring (paternity tests are pending).