He’s Just Not That Into You
It’s called Impressions, and it lets you log on and anonymously share everything you like and dislike about the person you’re currently dating, behind their back. You share the problems you’re having with other members of the anonymous online community and they give you advice on how you can approach the situation differently.
Perhaps you should have got flowers, or listened more attentively, or not checked out three other girls right in front of your date. All of this is useful advice, but it smacks of creep.
WotWentWrong makes the anonymity of the Impressions service a feature in its explanatory video:
The beauty of it was, he was doing all of this anonymously! His dates never knew he was getting all this great advice from a bunch of strangers.
On the one side of the coin, it’s offering a service to people who want to trick their significant others into thinking they’re a solid relationship choice. On the other, it’s outsourcing the friend that you used to bitch to when things went sideways in your relationships.
Creepy or handy?