By Daily Mail Reporter. A woman who threatened to pull her suitors' teeth out, trick them into thinking she's pregnant and give them a mermaid tattoo on a fake online dating profile still got inundated with messages from men wanting to sleep with her fabricated persona. Columnist Alli Reed conducted an experiment to test whether the 'worst fake dating profile in history' would deter the opposite sex, but she got more than messages in just 24 hours. The Los Angeles-based writer created the fake OKCupid profile, 'aaroncarterfan,' using a picture of her best friend who is a model, 'hoping to prove that there exists an online dating profile so loathsome that no man would message it,' despite how attractive the picture is. Fake profile: A woman threatened to pull her suitors' teeth out, trick them into thinking she's pregnant and give them a mermaid tattoo on a fake online dating profile, pictured. She said in creating aaroncarterfan, she set out to be as horrible a human being as possible, which meant being 'mean, spoiled, lazy, racist, manipulative and even a gold digger.
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It's a question that's been asked since time immemorial: Could a woman create an online dating profile "so loathsome that no man would message it"? Cracked 's crack investigative reporter Alli Reed decided to solve the "omnipervet paradox" once and for all by going on OKCupid and posting what she firmly believed was the "worst online dating profile ever. Her thesis: There did indeed exist a woman "so awful, so toxic, so irredeemably unlikeable that no one would message her, or if they did, at least they would realize they never, ever wanted to meet her. In creating her profile for "AaronCarterFan," Reed used the real photo of her model friend Rae to entice gentlemen callers. But that was exactly where AaronCarterFan's attractiveness ended and her repugnant personality began.
By Femail Reporter For Mailonline. From picking a flattering photo to coming up with a witty bio, online dating can be a veritable minefield. But it seems some singletons are so desperate to make an impression, they've gone to extreme lengths to make their profiles stand out - whatever the cost.