Vegetarians have their dating services — apparently lots of them — but what about a dating service for the poor, neglected meat lovers of the world?
Turns out, there is one — or at least there’s the tongue-in-cheek promise of one in Australia.
It launched in conjunction with a Meat Your Match website, which promises to help users connect with a partner who meets their “emotional, physical and gastronomical needs” via a scientist-developed “patented matchmaking methodology, including a series of carnivorous compatibility algorithms (CCA).” Users complete a questionnaire asking for their name and email address, if they are a “carnivore” or “always carnivore,” their favorite meat (salami, prosciutto, sausage or “all the meat”), and what they are seeking (“tasty, juicy meat,” “long and spicy,” “hot red” or “dark and salty”).
The campaign, by the ad company Mc Cann Queensland, seeks to capture the attention and loyalty of Australian meat lovers and turn them on to the company’s subscription premium artisanal meat delivery service.
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