Imaginary Girlfriend

Are you currently ignoring me Ursula currently?” I texted her. “Maybe there is something I am going to know?”
And then, nothing. It over had been. Ursula didn’t want anything regarding me anymore.
My “girlfriend” Ursula was the temporary product of a brand new service that’s just launched called On Invisible Girlfriend (and yep, you will find a counterpart, ), you create a fake profile for a fake girlfriend, and you also pay a $25 monthly subscription fee. In trade, you obtain 100 texts, 10 voicemails then one postcard monthly sent from the low profile entity that you can buy that continues on whatever name you intend to call her.
The real reason for this service to exist?
We believe the Invisible Partner concept meets a common problem. Society puts so much pressure on your own relationship status. From Grandma to coworkers to romantic comedies, everyone appears to expect us to pursue a relationship. But sometimes you do not want to be in a single. We think that’s totally normal,” may be the company’s official justification, on the website.
The service ‘s been around for over per year already, but this week they launched the full, paid “imaginary girlfriend” (or boyfriend) service. Now you can have a girlfriend who exists only through electronic communication, who can answer your every text, provided you’re willing to pay.
Those text messages are sent by a real person, too. I gave the 10-text demo a try for free on their website, which you can do as well. You make a profile, even create a story about how you met. You invent her age, name, location and even a fake background story as to how you met. Or they suggest one for you: Meet the beautiful Ursula Jimenez, the new imaginary Mrs. Lowrie.
Just how good is the service? Well, it really is put by one to the written text – er, test. Here’s the entirety of my relationship.
Some of this is true: No, I don’t drive a Tercel. Yes, A co-worker is had by me named Chris , but he wasn’t being truly a dick. Yes, I thought The Hobbit was about four hours long too. She admirably kept up.
On top of that, I was expecting my Ursula to become a total pushover when I had an existential crisis. But no, i was presented with by her the tough loving I deserved. And all within minutes of every text. It was impressive pretty.
I made a decision to put her Googling skills to the test. No response. Nothing. Was she off cheating on me with another imaginary man imaginarily? Did she not know of any Armenian painters? My next message wasn’t replied to either, and she’d only sent five texts , not the 10 I was expecting
I’d been dumped after just five texts, by way of a person who had been paid to pretend to like me. Cold stuff Pretty.

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