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Sunday, January 28, 2007

"How Popular Do You Want To Be?"

After sorting out some legal problems FakeYourSpace will be ready to launch a second time on March 1. FakeYourSpace is a social networking popularity service, which, for a small fee, allows you to purchase friendship and messages on your myspace, facebook and friendster accounts from extremely hot people. This service is designed for people who are tired of seeing their friends exchange flirtatious posts with members of the opposite (or same) sex, and feel the need boost their public standing.

Basic service costs just $1.99 per friend, per month. Available friends range from super hot to the mostly obtainable; perfect for making rival friends and ex-lovers jealous. Fake Your Space also makes a great gift.

Fake Your Space is an interesting addition to a recent post on We Make Money Not Art. "Peer Pressure" examined various ways to improve the persona you present the outside world, mentioning cell-phones that send you random text messages, printers that "accidental" print all your work email that makes you look popular, and headphones that make it sound like you're listening to Radiohead while you're jamming to Ashley Simpson.

"FakeYourSpace changed my online life. I've never been so popular."
- Lindsay from San Diego

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