June 24, 2006

For all the potential stalkers out there.

How pathetic does one person have to be to dedicate a web page to their girlfriend? When I hear that the first thing I think of is some High School kid who is in his first relationship with a girl. Then I think, hey we have a future stalker here. At first I thought this was just one person, then I did a Google Search for “This page is dedicated to my girlfriend”.

Holy farking nightmare boyfriends! Ladies, please fill me in, if your man did something like this for you, would you appreciate it? I mean, do you find this romantic or creepy?

However, if you think you might want to make one of these. At least do it properly. Here’s a website on How to Dedicate a Webpage to Your Girlfriend. I think it’s important to make note of the first guideline. Guideline # 1 ~ Make sure you actually have a girlfriend.

What is the world coming to? I wish we could go back to the good ol’ days of finding women. Offer her father two cows and a goat for the pretty daughter and tell him you know a guy that will give the same for the ugly one because he’s desperate.

Posted by Contagion in Things that make me go, "GUH?!?!" at June 24, 2006 09:22 AM | TrackBack

Creepy. Definitely would think it is creepy. If you want to impress me, give me a better computer.

Posted by: tink at June 24, 2006 10:26 AM

LOL - I've been married 27 years and my husband wouldn't even think of dedicating a web page to me...not because he's tired of me *grin* yeah, I knew what y'all were thinking - but he just has no interest in calling public attention to himself or me. He won't even comment on my blog. LOL. (I'm pretty sure it freaks him out a bit because I do have a blog)

Posted by: Teresa at June 24, 2006 10:27 AM

I'd be afraid it would make it easier for the girl to become a victim...young people today have no fear of the all-too-real dangers out there.

Posted by: Mrs_Who at June 24, 2006 02:19 PM

That would freak me out. No thank you.

Posted by: vw bug at June 24, 2006 07:29 PM

It's better than getting her name tattooed on your arm. At least you can delete the webpage or replace her photos with the next one to come along. And it's cheaper than a tattoo too.

But, still creepy.

Posted by: Sticks at June 25, 2006 05:39 AM