Uh, Coincidence, Yeah…

This site, Coincidence Design, cracks me up. Would you pay $78,000 to *meet* someone? Would it be worth it? What if they absolutely hated you? This reminds me of the person that was trying to get $30,000 for his feedback on Chicken Nuggets (I think it was a Jack in the Box commercial) and he said “It just takes one…” Yeah, I would like to meet the one person that pays $78,000 for a “Coincidence”. (Link thanks to Chel)

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

4 replies on “Uh, Coincidence, Yeah…”

Whoa! You GOT to be kidding me! Give me $78K and I’ll walk anyone around anywhere in New York, I’ll even stop strangers on the street. Come to think of that, I would do it for $780 dollars!!!! 🙂

You know, I was shocked and horrified when I first checked out the site. Paying for a stalker seems kind of scary. But delving into further, I can kind of understand the reasoning. For example, in the FAQ, one question asks, “I am female and would like you to design a coincidence with a male subject. Can you do it?” and the answer is, “No, sorry. The male-female dynamic doesn’t work that way.”

That’s so true. Somehow there is just something so basic about a man persuing a woman. Not in a scary stalker way, or a dark alley mugger kind of way, of course. This “service” goes way overboard into the scary stalker side of the persuit, but I can definitely understand the reasoning and emotions behind it. Done right, and not with private investgators or stalking, the pursuit of a woman by a mentally stable and non-wussy male can be just incredibly flattering.

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