Lonely? Get a Facebook Girlfriend for Only Five Bucks

Lonely? Get a Facebook Girlfriend for Only Five Bucks

As geeks and nerds ourselves, we know it’s sometimes tough to get a girl to notice you, let alone pay enough attention to you to get a date or, dare we say it, a relationship. These days with the popularity of the online world and sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Pinterst, it’s often more difficult to meet people in real life, connect with them and try to take things to the next level.

Fortunately, there’s an upside to the isolation of the online world and if you’re too busy, too shy or too lazy to leave Mom’s basement long enough to meet people IRL, there’s a way for you to simulate having most of the benefits of a girlfriend — and all it will cost you is $5.

That’s right fellow nerds, we introduce you to the website GirlFriendHire. It’s a place where you can go, pick from one of the many attractive (and less so ) girls listed there and pay them to be your girlfriend on Facebook or perform other tasks for you.

What do you get for your hard earned scratch? Well, your new gal can post sexy messages on your Facebook wall, send you sexy text messages or even send pictures of herself to your phone to make all your fellow nerds jealous. The girls will also perform other mundane tasks like help with homework or teach you how to use your iPhone.

No, they won’t actually meet you in real life or perform any “personal” services, but hey, who cares? At least you’ll look like a stud where it counts: on Facebook, in the Skyrim forums or wherever else geeks and nerds congregate en masse online these days.

If you want to know more about how this service can work for you, check out this very detailed article put together by the fine folks at Gizmodo. Or, just head on over to GirlFriendHire and jump right in.

What’s the worst that can happen? If your fake girlfriend doesn’t work out, just fire her and hire another! There’s no real downside except the cost.

Besides, “real” relationships are often way more costly and have the added drawback of having to spend actual time in person with someone and do things they want to do that you couldn’t care less about. Who needs the hassle and all that time away from Mass Effect 3? You don’t, that’s who.

If you do decide to take advantage of this service, be sure to let us know how it goes. Good luck!