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Over the past few days, people have raised several questions about the website avirginsplea.com - the story of a 25 year old virgin trying to get laid with the help of the internet. At this point in the sites history, I feel it is both my moral and ethical obligation to spare my friend Geoff from any further personal embarrassment.
The site was a viral marketing experiment that got far too out of hand. Geoff was nothing more than a name and a photo - the story and website were created by me and all media interviews were performed by myself. It was fun, but it also got way to far out of hand. I knew the end was near when Toronto Sun reporters found my Grandparents house and talked to them trying to find me. I never thought the site would make it all the way back into the real world.
I apologize to the people of Toronto and everyone from around the world who saw our site. We did not expect this idea to go so far, and the real connections so many of the visitors to the site made to "Geoff's" story has made this experience especially difficult.