It’s Heartless….

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Dear Mr. Matt Siblo

There’s a slight sneer on your lips because you suspect you’re getting a story pitch, a sneer that says, “I am too seriously awesome for this worthless, acid-sucking, brain-damaged story idea.” Exactly. Come investigate the worst Website of all time.

It’s It’s like thefacebook except with a wicked twist: Instead of just networking with friends at Villanova, you TRADE your friends for hotter, smarter ones. Yes, it’s heartless. Yes, it’s the Anti-Friendster. Yes, it’s evil trading your buddies for a hotter set, but Catch27 is packed with a punch of pure 127% guilty pleasure.

Your social life is a game. Right? You may as well play it.

Enough of the pitch, let me give the DL. My name is Lindsey Johnson, Stanford graduate, and Director of Campus PR for This site offers a way for college students and young professionals to connect with their peers, THEIR way. It’s a fun, no b.s. way to meet new people, but with that fiendish twist. (You can also BUY friends at Catch27—–3 for 99 cents. Which makes it about three times more addicting than thefacebook with all its terribly, you know, all its Ooooo Ooooo Ooo well-behaved people with their lists of classes and favorite movies.) The best part is, if you’re really good at collecting and trading friends, you’ll be rewarded with prizes like a Sidekick II, an Ipod, or a pair of $800 Jimmy Choo shoes. (Tia Gubler, Stanford Law student, just won a Sidekick II for putting together a pack of Catch27 people wearing hats.) Why not earn a little somethin’ somethin’ if you’re playing the game of life anyway?

I’d like you to check out the site. It was created by E. Jean Carroll, the veteran advice columnist for Elle magazine, Esquire journalist and SNL writer. Her consultants are two extraordinary young Harvard women——Jaunique Sealey, an African American; and Min Lieskovsky an Asian American—–a highly outré pair, as it’s usually young white MALES who tech-up.

I would especially like to connect with your sex/relationship advice columnist. Maybe even your sports columnist, since relationships are the greatest sport there is, right?

I am your fountain of knowledge on Catch27, so contact me anytime. We can also chat on the phone. I want to make sure your staff has all their questions answered. I look forward to hearing from you.

Everyone has a devilish desire to play the social game with no regrets. Now they can!

Lindsey JohnsonDirector of Campus PRCatch27.com650-248-7175