Josie announced she was getting cabs around her hometown of Leeds funded by the government because she was being bullied on the bus (they were later halted). Josie, who worked in the navy until she became pregnant aged 17 and has been a full-time mum ever since, has launched her very own dating site.Next came the scandal-slewing statement she was selling tickets to the live birth of her son – later retracted when a TV deal fell through. A dating site to service – in its own words – ‘achievable-looking women who will experience a better success rate than many other dating sites.’ As if it wasn’t controversial enough to launch a dating site for average-looking people – the ones, by implication, who’ve been left on the shelf by online dating thus far – Josie’s gone one step further to enrage her detractors. ‘Over 4,000 people have joined since we launched,’ she says, sounding proud.looking for simple girl who is ready for serious relationship…’ next to a picture of him on a bench.And a man with the username ‘saggys007’ who has the blurb ‘Co Nt Ac T Me Fo R Fu NNNN’ and has also listed his location as ‘India.' It’s a depressing state of affairs.It’s just a light hearted joke about myself,’ Josie insists. And if my website makes it easier for someone to give dating a go, then that’s fantastic.’ She even goes as far as to suggest that the straight-up premise of the site and self-selection of its members means the men who go on there are a different breed of online daters.
‘It’s probably because they’re new to the site, but it could also be because they have low self-esteem or body-confidence after a lifetime of bullying over their appearance like I did myself.’ And as for the criticism that telling those who already have low self-esteem they belong on a site for second-rate, average-looking people won’t help? Although he mainly posts Minecraft and Reaction videos, Jordan also posts gameplay of other games such as Agar.io, Happy Wheels, Left 4 Dead 2, Portal , Trials Evolution, Garry's Mod, and rarely Call of Duty, often playing in co-op with some of his friends.Captain Sparklez is famous for his Minecraft parodies where he changes the lyrics of a popular song to fit into the world of Minecraft.‘I’m an easy-going, sociable person who has a great passion for life.I enjoy horse riding, shooting, Young Farmers, dancing, socialising and love spending time with my friends and family,’ writes another with dainty features, red hair and a delicate smile – maybe not everyone’s idea of a catch, but a catch all the same.These parodies are all sung by Try Hard Ninja, and include TNT with over 99 million views, Revenge with over 169 million views, (taken down because of copyright claims, but was eventually reposted) Fallen Kingdom with over 113 million views, and Minecraft Style with over 16 million views.