Monday, 26 February 2007

Offset Your Infidelity 2.0

Remember Cheatcare (featured here last month), the mocked-up webpage which claimed to offset your infidelity?

Well, there's now a functioning site offering this (rather Bauman-esque) service. Cheatneutral features stories from satisfied users:

Steve and Lisa met while on holiday in Spain, and quickly fell head over heels for each other. That Christmas, at his office party, Steve got drunk and unavoidably repeatedly cheated on Lisa with Cheri, a co-worker. He paid Cheatneutral just £2.50 and we invested his money in Alex, a single man with no prospect of finding a partner. In return for the payments, Alex agreed to remain single.

Thanks to Cheatneutral, Steve was able to come clean about his cheating to Lisa, and when he presented her with the Cheatneutral certificate they realised they wanted to get married. Their wedding is taking place in the summer. Steve continues to regularly cheat on Lisa and Cheatneutral continues to fund projects like Alex with his offset payments.

As the site's founders say, Cheatneutral is a joke - but then so is carbon offsetting...

(Found via the one and only!)

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