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Why Pay When You Can Do It For Free? Site Makes Fake Facebook Girlfriends for $10 Each

Namoro Fake

You might’ve heard all about how some people pranked footballer Manti Te’o into thinking that he had an online girlfriend. It was a pretty sick joke, made sicker by the fact that they ended the relationship with her fake death. The other side of the story to that is NamoroFake.

It’s a website that offers to create fake girlfriends for guys for whatever reason they may have: to make an ex-girlfriend jealous, to make their friends think they have a life, to make parents get off their case about finding a girl… At the very least, it’s a ridiculous idea and I can’t imagine anyone who’d be willing to pay top dollar for a fake profile of a girl. The fake girlfriend packages start at $10, which comes with only 3 comments and a measly 3-day validity. Cough up twice that amount and you’ll get a girlfriend for 7 days and 5 comments.

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Can’t Wait? Now You Can Buy a (Fake) iPhone 5 for Just $5

Fake iPhone 5

Word on the street is that Apple will finally be unveiling the iPhone 5 this September 12th. But given Apple’s unpredictability, we’ll just all have to wait and see if they really will be making the big reveal next Wednesday.

Rumors about the iPhone 5′s features and specifications have been growing increasingly intense these past couple of weeks. But how would you like to be one of the very first in the world to own an iPhone 5? And for only five bucks?

Yes, you read that right. Now you can buy your own iPhone 5 for the price of a couple of burgers. But there’s a catch: it’s fake. And by ‘fake’, we actually mean to say that it’s only a mock-up that’s probably based on all the rumored specifications we mentioned earlier.

Obviously you won’t be able to make calls or send texts using these mock-ups, but at least you can tell people that you own an iPhone 5 without having to lie about it. They’re available in almost every street corner in China and are for sale on Taobao, which is the Chinese version of Amazon.

VIA [ MIC Gadget ]