they’ve figured out that us normal, not so smart folks will believe just about anything you feed us. particularly when we’re desperate for some loving.
i don’t know about the rest of you, but my intelligence shrinks in direct proportion to how much shagging i’m doing. which is why if you get me at a particularly desperate moment i might actually believe that this could work.
this is what they say:
in fact they believe so strongly in chemistry that they take it pretty literally. these guys physically take a sample of your dna and then match you up with people who have complimentary chemistry to yours.
(the dna of an m&m)
their theory is that once you meet your perfect chemical, physiological match, then sparks/atoms/sperm will fly.
they’ve come up with the following benefits of using their product. considering they’re scientists i would have preferred a chart of some kind, or maybe a graph with some figures, but this list will have to do:
‘all other things being equal’ – what’s the bet their lawyers made them put that in?
so this is how it works:
TWO WEEKS! wow, i think that’s a long time. on CSI they have it in seconds.
when you log back in at the end of the process they will provide you with a list of your chemical dna matches and you can choose who you want to contact.
and this is how much it costs:
okay so that’s how they describe the process.
this is what i think really happens:
or someone a lot like him, waits till you make payment of your $2000. then he sends you a couple of these: (15c)
in one of these: (5c)
you swab your cheek, put it in an envelope and send it back to him.
when he gets your sample he places it for dna sampling in this high-tech scientific machine:
then he goes onto his computer and feeds in all your da
ta from step three above – when you filled in a detailed psychological analysis – including your age, weight, location, personality traits etc. as well as those of your ideal match.
then the computer kicks up all your likely matches and he places them on your profile for you to choose from. ($5 – it doesn’t actually cost him $5. that’s for the pizza he orders and eats while the computer is working out your matches)