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Thursday, January 07, 2010

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Rusalka Writer

Ah, the extroverts strike again, giving us introverts the creeps. Is there some way to remove your name from this system?

Lalo Telling

If I ever get one, and it comes with the sender's name, I'll ask them nicely, "Please, don't do that again." Then I'll mark it Spam and let Gmail take care of the filtering from then on.

Patchouli Woollahra

Wake me up when they come up with SendHate.

Isadora Fiddlesticks

i like the idea, but why name it that? can't it be named something else? Send Love reminds me of hippies, an online dating site, or a Facebook app.

Metacam Oh

"Click here to see who has a crush on you."

Ron Jeremy


In my career I have seen alot of crazy things, but this love machine, I don't think it has a chance. sorry.

Samantha Poindexter

Speaking as the pastor of the First Church of Rosedale, we're thrilled at this latest manifestation of His works.

Speaking as a private citizen, good GRIEF. Just what the world needs, another bloody spam device. I'm not sure what address it uses, but I'm preemptively adding "sendlove.us" to my e-mail filter now...

Arcadian Vanalten

I guess I don't have a very clear picture of this company. It's essentially a service that sends a nice message you specify?

Isn't that called "Email?" I mean, I don't get it. If someone feels the need to express his/her appreciation to someone else, would that person not just dash off a note via email? OK, fine, mebbe a more emphatic attaboy via Hallmark.com or whatever, but that's been around for well over a decade anyway.

I don't see the point of this company. *scratches head in bemusement* Am I missing something here?

Rezago Kokorin

But....what if don't *wish* to send love? What if I would like to sent ennui? Or astonishment? Or bitterness-tinged-with-remorse? With the whole spice rack of human emotion to choose from I can't see myself making much use of this service. I'll have to stick with old fashioned email and the antiquated "personal letter".

Extropia DaSilva

>I initially thought someone was offering me love of the hubba hubba-I'm a lonely Russian college girl-turn on your web cam-enter your credit card kind.<

I can just imagine your face when you found this was not what was on offer at all. Oh, what a picture of pure disapointment;)

Extie DaSilva- not Russian but definitely 'hubba bubba'.

lucy

hehehehhehee,i love the part u said "I initially thought someone was offering me love of the hubba hubba-I'm a lonely Russian college girl-turn on your web cam-enter your credit card kind" ,they are everywhere and growing up like a mushrooms after rain...............of course after it you won't be able to find your real love....


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