Create a Fake Girlfriend on Facebook for Just $39.99

For the low price of $39.99, you can convince marginal acquaintances and friends that you’ve got a hot girlfriend who’s just nuts about posting a whole bunch of sweet stuff on your wall.

create a fake girlfriend on facebook Create a Fake Girlfriend on Facebook for Just $39.99

Learn about a Brazilian company that will create and maintain a fake girlfriend for customers on Facebook. Photo: NamoroFake

People still lie about the cuties they met somewhere sometime, with whom they partied all night or have a great couple of dates, but in reality they didn’t.

When you are one of  these guys and don’t won’t to be ashamed by the exposure, a Brazil-based website NamoroFake.com is for you.

For $39.99, NamoroFake, which roughly translates as ‘fake dating’, will offer you a  Facebook profile completed with comments and relationship statuses for up to 30 days.

Though this may seem a little desperate, this also could be the perfect warming up for your ex’s jealousy factor or for getting your matchmaking mother off your back.

The system is almost unfailing, except the cases when someone asks to see a picture of you as a couple together – then you’ll have to Photoshop the solution to the problem.

Also take into consideration that Valentine’s Day is approaching and for some it’s just not the time of year that you want to be alone.

News for girls is not so glad. Unfortunately, the site currently creates only fake girlfriends, not boyfriends. But they promise to eventually launch a male version of the non-existent lover.

While you wait for Mr. Facebook Perfect,  Mashable suggests to invest in one of these boyfriend arm pillows, which will warm you a bit during cold winter evenings.

Close to the topic is the news Deadspin broke the Internet with lately- its report on the Manti T’eo fake girlfriend hoax that had the entire college football world fooled all season long.

If you are still determined let’s remember Ryan Gosling’s delusions with a fake girlfriend in ‘Lars and the Real Girl’.

Manti T’eo fiasco and  Ryan Gosling’s experience are just a food for thought for those who’ve already become inspired.

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