'Make dating great again': This website has a hilarious plan to save Americans from Trump

A website aims to find Canadian partners for Americans to date so that they can move out of the US just in case Donald Trump becomes the President one day.

FP Staff May 10, 2016 16:06:04 IST
'Make dating great again': This website has a hilarious plan to save Americans from Trump

How far will you go to save yourself from a country ruled by Donald Trump?

Make dating great again This website has a hilarious plan to save Americans from Trump

File image of Donald Trump. AP

Well, a website called Maple Match is based on the assumption that the answer to the above question is 'very, very far'.

The website aims to find Canadian partners for Americans to date so that they can move out of the US just in case Donald Trump becomes the President one day.

"Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency," says the website.

When you click on the 'Get me on the waitlist' option, a form pops up asking you for the usual details like name and age.

The hilarious part, however, is that while most websites have a 'submit' option at the end of the form, Maple Match replaced the 'Submit' button with the 'Save me from this madness' button.

Canadians: 1, Trump: 0.

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