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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Till Death Do Us Part -- Literally

Posted By on Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 12:16 PM

Unreal and the crack editorial staff over here at the RFT are plotting to avoid all things Valentine's this week. We ain't sending $89.99 flowers, $49.99 singing greetings or even $4.99 cards. No plans to show up in our lover's den with Ecstasy or sex toys. Dinner? Forget about it.

But if things were different, if we were, say, lovelorn, lustful and terminally ill, we'd be on the Internet lining up dates with every last sick cat we could through a brand new site called

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"Straight, gay or bi, find your perfect match -- or matches," reads the press release from Till Death... that sallied forth from the Unreal inbox today. "No guilt, no lies, no shame. Just a shared desire to go out with a 'bang.'"

No beating around the proverbial bush with these guys!

The dating service originates in Lihue, Hawaii (which looks like the first place Unreal would like to go on a romantic adventure with our terminally ill playmate), and officially launches on Saturday, but a quick click-over showed a number of profiles already active.

Is it any surprise that Missouri's already represented, by Springfield?

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