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Hot-Or-Not by Bluetooth

Talk to people you find attractive, and who find you attractive.
 
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This invention is a software program designed for Bluetooth enabled phones.
It is a dating game based on the popular website "Hot or Not" (www.hotornot.com). On this website people post pictures of themselves, and you can rate peoples appearance on a 1-10 scale. They will get the feedback of what other people think of their picture, and the possibility exists to chat or date people who find each other mutually attractive. This idea is similar but based on the Bluetooth technology in many modern mobile phones. When a new mobile comes into your phones bluetooth reception, and both of you have enabled hot-or-not, and the other person is of your specified requirements in terms of age, gender etc... then the picture of the other person appears on your phone and you press a digit to rate them. You will also get their rating of you displayed on the screen. If you get a positive match you can search the room/train/airport/brothel, and find the man or woman of your dreams (possibly).
Minimal, Jul 06 2005

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       ????!!....Someone at least tell me that they think this is a terrible idea!!
Minimal, Jul 07 2005
  

       Hmm.. this could be a good idea, but this website is not for good ideas now, is it? It's just too fully baked...
thesmog, Jul 07 2005
  

       I thought it was for sensible, as well as silly ideas...?
BTW, In what way is it baked??
Minimal, Jul 07 2005
  

       I think this is a terrible idea.
waugsqueke, Jul 07 2005
  

       Thanks [waugsqueke]. I can go back to the drawing board for a sleep now :)
Minimal, Jul 07 2005
  

       Both sensible and silly ideas are welcome here. This is a silly idea, but I like it. Ignore [waugs], I often do.
wagster, Jul 07 2005
  
      
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