Man lets Google fill out his online dating profile, gets amusing results
Aaron Gillies, a 28-year-old comedian from London, decided to turn his dating life over to Google.
Let me explain: He typed all of the writing prompts on a dating profile into Google's search bar and then let the search engine's autocomplete add the rest.
Body type? "My body is ready."
Turn ons? "My turn ons are hugging and depression."
Location? "I live in a shed."
Pretty clever, and to be honest it's more readable than some of the dating profiles I've perused over the years. But alas, it seems like this is all a ruse and this funny dude isn't actually looking for a girlfriend. Why? He's married. If you'll recall, Gillies went viral in 2015 for writing down all of the things his wife cries about, then tweeting it.
"She was hungover and saw a picture of a piglet," read one entry.
"She found out swans can be gay and thought it was really nice," added another, then again later. "She remembered swans can be gay."
I have to wonder what his wife, Lex, thinks about all of this, but judging from his other antics I assume she's just used to it. And you know he's not serious because he didn't add a picture to his dating profile, which we all know is one way for men to get no replies from potential dates.