Alli Reed Creates ‘Worst Online Dating Profile Ever,’ Gets Positive Responses

January 5, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Alli Reed, a columnist, set up an OKCupid profile of the “Worst Woman on Earth” in the hopes “to prove that there exists an online dating profile so loathsome that no man would message it.”

Reed used images of an attractive woman to try and disprove the notion that men are only attracted to women based on looks. Reed got the images from her friend’s Facebook profile.

“I did not accomplish my goal,” she wrote on Cracked.

Reed explained that she created the profile to be racist, spoiled, mean-spirited, manipulative, lazy, ignorant, and with other character flaws.

On the profile, six things she couldn’t live without are “$$$, my car, my phone, keeping america american, my family, my friends, and Aaron Carter.”

“I figured any profile with photos of a beautiful woman would get a few messages from men” who would be “willing to overlook her personality,” she wrote. “The captions on her photos were just as draped in red flags as her profile was, so there’s no way they were totally clueless as to how awful she is, but sure, I figured, maybe she’d get a couple of messages a day from people with especially low reading comprehension.”

But instead, she got 150 messages in under a day.

Reed included screenshots of the messages that she was sent. “You seem like a really sweet girl worth getting to know, and I’d love to have that chance,” reads one.

“But rather than follow these results into the darkness, I’ll stay optimistic and instead offer an impassioned plea. Men of the world: You are better than this. I know many of you would never message AaronCarterFan, but many of you would, and a whole bunch of you did,” she concludes.

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