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Caveat Dater: Don'tDateHimGirl.com
(Yes, we had to rely upon a reader tip; we're far too serious-minded here at Wonkette to read Thursday Styles. But Sunday Styles, that's a different story -- wedding announcements are news! Plus, David Brooks reads them , so that means they're okay.)
The Gray Lady reports:
Framed in pink, the DontDateHimGirl.com site allows a woman to post the name and photograph of a man she says has wronged her, along with a short but often pungent synopsis of how precisely she was aggrieved. The suspicious or merely curious can hunt for a cheater by typing a name into the search engine.
Our curiosity piqued, we headed over to check it out. But we developed serious doubts about the site's comprehensiveness, after this search , this search and this search did not produce the expected results.
Despite its shortcomings, DDHG is a useful resource. Given the boundless depravity of men -- it took six seasons for Carrie and the girls to find true love! -- it's unreasonable to expect one website to be a repository for every "youthful indiscretion."
Now, what if you're a man who wants to look into the background of your lady friend? Fear not; help is on the way. According to the Times, site founder Tasha Joseph "is planning to start a companion site for men, DontDateHerMan.com." She just needs to acquire the domain name -- from Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton.