I TOLD Bingley

she wasn’t realit wasn’t real. Just a cyberspace blow-up doll.

Match.com, a unit of IAC/Interactive Corp. (IACI.O: Quote, Profile, Research), is accused in a federal lawsuit of goading members into renewing their subscriptions through bogus romantic e-mails sent out by company employees. In some instances, the suit contends, people on the Match payroll even went on sham dates with subscribers as a marketing ploy.

He’s young. He’ll get over it.

8 Responses to “I TOLD Bingley”

  1. Ken Summers says:

    The Burt Lancaster Blow-up Doll finally arrived?

  2. Suzette says:

    1. My godchild is marrying someone she met on match.com
    2. Did you know that I met Mr. Sami via a dating service and it was love at first sight and now we are married 26 years?
    3. I just hope I never have to hear that Betty Crocker is not real.

  3. Christmas came early for Sis

    Her Burt Lancaster Blow-up Doll finally arrived!…

  4. Christmas came early for Sis

    Her Burt Lancaster Blow-up Doll finally arrived! UPDATE: Looks like AoM could use a Leaf Phoenix Blow-up Doll for Christmas….

  5. The_Real_JeffS says:

    That photo has to be more symbolic than you think, THS. Either Mr. Bingley is on the beach, or he is all wet.
    Which is it?!?!?!?!?

  6. He’s all wet, JeffS. And Burt Lancaster gives me the willies. I think I’ve only ever liked him in one movie.

  7. The_Real_JeffS says:

    You don’t like Burt? Does that mean Mr. Bingley looks like Burt Lancaster?

  8. Mr. Bingley says:

    Dang it. Does that mean the $25 million she offered to share with me from her late father’s diamond mine in Angola isn’t real either?

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