So here's the scenario: You're out at a bar, riding transit, or even just walking down the street, and some bozo who desperately wants into your pants starts up a conversation with you. Rather than make a scene or make them upset, you're polite and at least nod at the proper times. Then, of course, they ask you for your number. Except this is 2006, so maybe they ask for your email address instead.
That's where Paper Napkin comes in. Give them firstname.lastname@example.org (or paamail.com, to be less suspicious), tell them it's your address, and when they write you, they'll automatically get a response telling them how badly they've been rejected. If they sound desperate enough, it may even get posted and ridiculed. Yes, it's cruel, so use it wisely
Thursday, February 23, 2006
Ninjah, instead of writing for The Technology Cirlce, sent me this great website for those of you who get picked up way too often at nightclubs, bars or anywhere, really. It's Paper Napkin. Here is their blurb...
Seems like a great idea to me, but I never get picked up in nightclubs, bars or anywhere, so I will bookmark the site for when it is needed. Here is hoping.