|Step 5: Disappoint your parents, but in a way that is likely to be different from any of the myriad ways you have disappointed them in the past.|
Supposedly launching soon. They have a place where you can enter your e-mail, because, as they explain: "Due to high demand we are only able to accommodate a limited number of users to the site. Register early to get in line."
Personally, I put it at 50/50 as to whether or not this is real, or just a setup for some sort of phishing scam. Either way, I'm almost certain that that giving them your e-mail will set you up for an ungodly amount of spam. So, unless you are having trouble finding anyone on the internet who is willing to sell you viagra, I would recommend against signing up at this stage.
How about this. If you heed my advice, and refrain from giving them your e-mail, but then find that when the service launches, they've already filled up, I will send you an message once a week asking if these jeans make me look fat.
Update: My wife is worried that the last bit there might come of as misogynistic, although I would argue that it is meta. As in, I assume that this is the sort of cliche, misogynistic message that would constitute the bulk of the communications from a virtual girlfriend service.
Also, she says that yes, these jeans do make me look fat.