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Are you still looking for love and tired of waiting? How about just faking it? Turns out there's an app for that. It's called Invisible Boyfriend and Invisible Girlfriend. So I thought I would give it a try.
First find a name for my fake man. Let's see, how about John Doe? His age. And where does he live? Not around here -- that would be suspect. Let's see: how about Philadelphia. Next I pick his picture.
Pay $25 and you are entitled to 100 text messages, a few voice mails, and even a handwritten letter.
The founder says as the company grows it will add the ability to send gifts or flowers to yourself via the fake relationship.
Founder Matt Homann says he came up with idea after going through a divorce and being hounded by people wondering if he had a girlfriend yet.
But Dr. Judy Kuriansky, a relationship expert, tells Fox 5 that inventing either a boyfriend or a girlfriend is a tremendous betrayal of honesty. She says this app sends the wrong message. She says people should be honest about who they are and whether they are in a relationship or not.
"To set up someone who is not real and pretend is a way that is really deceiving not only to others but also yourself," Dr. Judy says.
But if you are single and still looking, maybe a virtual relationship is better than no relationship at all.