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Monkey Dating

This greasy script analyzes the interests of any person's dating profile and the current time and automatically generates a message based on them. The message doesn't look computer-generated. It's better than sending a copy-and-paste message to users, as they'll be suspicious if there's nothing in the message pertaining to them personally. I've gotten many dates and two girlfriends using this sneaky script. You get the option to edit and decide whether you want to send the message.

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Monkey Dating
Installazioni giornaliere
0
Installazioni totali
438
Valutazione
2 0 0
Versione
1.1
Creato il
03/04/2017
Aggiornato il
06/04/2017
Licenza
Non disponibile
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This greasy script analyzes the interests of any person's dating profile and the current time and automatically generates a message based on them. The message doesn't look computer-generated. It's better than sending a copy-and-paste message to users, as they'll be suspicious if there's nothing in the message pertaining to them personally. I've gotten many dates and two girlfriends using this sneaky script. You get the option to edit and decide whether you want to send the message. It works on Plenty Of Fish (pof.com), Match.com, and OkCupid.com. For POF, it has the added benefit of keeping track of profiles you've already sent messages to or clicked a client-side button that you're not interested, so they don't show up in search results again and waste your time. It is important that you customize the keywords and messages instead of using the default ones to your own personality and interests. They are found in the "introduction", "messages", and "closing" variables. This script is in beta. The websites change every few months and break the script, until someone maintains it. I cannot guarantee to always keep it up-to-date with keeping up with the website changes. You may also need to customize the hours used to compute the message about the morning/afternoon/evening/nigh depending on your location. I have only tested this script in Google Chrome with Tampermonkey.