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Shipping an Amazon Dating parody
"Amazon Dating" is taking Twitter by storm. Does it offer free Prime delivery?
This morning, a Twitter account under the name "Ani Acopian" made an announcement.
They hadn't had luck with dating apps, so they "partnered with Amazon to make a better one." That's right: Amazon Dating.
A quick browse through Amazon Dating reveals that, well, first of all—Amazon's user interface is remarkably intuitive when applied to a dating app. But second of all, "Amazon Dating" is in fact a parody—and a hilariously executed one at that.
Of course Twitter, in all its glory, lost its collective mind. Before the seemingly inevitable cease & desist letter arrives, let's look at some of the best Amazon Dating reactions. Happy pre-Valentine's Day.
the funny thing is amazon is so big that i bet there is for sure someone running around internally trying to figure out who approved this 🤣— George Kedenburg III (@GK3) February 4, 2020
the attention to detail is amazing.— Chris Maddox (@comaddox) February 4, 2020
Those batshit amazon product urls, the header copy and links, cheaper second-hand options for third parties…