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I Love You, Let's Meet » let glamour readers helm your e-datership

let glamour readers helm your e-datership

got forwarded this e-mail today:

GLAMOUR seeks single gals willing to keep a blog about their dating
life!

This could be a continuing feature for Glamour, so if you’re a good
writer, this would be really fun and interesting…

Read below for details…
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We’d like to let the glamour.com community steer someone’s dating life
for awhile. This person would have a blog and would have to post EVERY
single decision they had to make, re, dating (“Should I ask him out or not? Go
out on another date with this guy? Sleep with him?”) and the community would
vote on what she has to do and then SHE HAS TO DO IT!!!

Obviously, we need someone who’s a major dater and who’s completely game
for this. Someone who’s not necessarily a writer but is chatty, articulate,
lively. Even better if she is already a blogger.

She would only need to use her first name. This would not be paid work
(as of now). It’d be for fun and notoriety, but who knows where it could
lead!

Interested parties should contact me ASAP….

We’ll want to see some samples of their blog, or other personal writing.

Let me know if you’re interested, or know someone who is.

Thanks!

R____

At first I thought of a control board like the one that seized the mayoral reins from charismatic DC crackhead Marion Barry. But then as I imagined having to do whatever I was told (“Sleep with him, he’s rich!” “Forget that one, did you see his SHOES?”), it started to seem more like the Milgram experiment At what point would one say to the glamour.com community, “No, I won’t do that”?

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