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Fake OKCupid Profile Gets Lots Of Messages

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An LA writer created what she thought was the "worst fake online dating profile in history" on okcupid to see if it would deter suitors.

Instead, the arroncarterfan dating page did the opposite. Alli Reed, the writer behind the profile, received more than 150 messages in just 24 hours.

In her profile, reed wrote that she was "mean, spoiled, lazy, racist, manipulative and even a gold digger." 

She told potential dates that the first thing you'll notice about her is the drink she's throwing in your face.

She also misspelled a lot of words, said she did drugs all the time, and even claimed to knock coffee out of homeless people's hands for kicks.

The picture used was that of her friend.

And to top off the craziness, Reed then tried to respond to messages in awful ways. For example, she pretended to be a 14 year old who was bullying her sister's friends. Still, people kept messaging. She then demanded men get a mermaid tattoo or pull out their teeth. Some agreed in the messages.

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