|Meet my new boyfriend*
||[Mar. 10th, 2004|11:45 pm]
This has already made the rounds, but it's just too good not to share.
Bill has a plan : He wants to find "1 - 7 women to have 1 - 20 children by me". If you like the plan, you can live with Bill, or away from Bill, or a little of each. He mainly wants to spawn, er, "be prolific", but he doesn't want to get married. The problems with meeting women who are into this have led him to create the site.
He stresses that he's not a radical, even though he's suggesting a polygamous family model and also likes the arranged marriage model of breeding: When the children reach 18 years of age, I would like for each of them to have 2 children with a mate selected by me.. While Bill admits his photo "probably flatters me a bit", he does have a B.A., owns his home and a "lawn care business", and has never had a cavity!
Now, why a man who looks like Iggy Pop on a bad day, who mows lawns for a living and is (by his own admission) quite poor would think himself a candidate for siring up to 20 offspring is a question I'll leave to the sociobiologists. But I find it fascinating how much thought he's given this despite the unlikely odds that he'll meet anyone via this method. Maybe after you've seen his erotic side(almost worksafe, though not pretty) you'll be compelled to email him. According to his "news" update this week, he's had 323,879 Total Visits to his Site Since November, 2003, and 26 Interested Email Inquiries out of that, which is probably a better success ratio than your average penis enlarging/weight loss spam gets.
Now the other thing is that one of the places I saw Bill's site mentioned made the suggestion:
"Maybe we could introduce him to Mary Romantic", who arrived on the web singles scene around the same time as the infamous Peter Pan.
But note that the above Mary Romantic site is a mirror; her original site is being squatted by something that threw up a bunch of popups when I typed it in. Mary says about her singleness: Sometimes, even if a web page is still accessible, its content is no longer relevant. That's not the case here. If you read my pages with the thought of calling me when you're through, I don't want you to have to wonder whether I'm still searching for the love of my life. I am. If my situation changed, I'd remove my site or revise my pages.
Did Mary finally find her dream guy that doesn't masturbate and doesn't mind that she's been married 3 times and has 2 grown daughters, and that's why she took her site down?
If so, I think there's hope for all of us...