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Amazon Prime parody site sells 'hot singles near you'

What if you could order a date from Amazon too?

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You can get just about anything on Amazon these days -- cat litter, socks, microwaves, hot dates. 

A parody site called Amazon Dating launched Tuesday and lists a variety of singles you can order with free one-hour delivery through your Prime Membership. Each single has a product page listing different traits. Take Barrett, 40, who goes to Coachella both weekends, and has a 1.5-star rating. Ani, 27, wears a different beanie every day of the week. Matan, 37, is lactose-intolerant. 

"It started basically because I made a joke that I wished I could Postmates a girlfriend," said Los Angeles-based director and conceptual artist Ani Acopian, who is one of the site's creators. Acopian and Suzy Shinn, a music producer and writer, also based in Los Angeles, worked with designer Morgan Gruer, and animation studio Thinko.

Without spoiling anything, the site (which isn't actually affiliated with Amazon) has plenty of jokes and Easter eggs if you click around.

You can apply to be on the site by submitting your name, Instagram, short description and a photo. Amazon Dating's FAQ page answers several additional questions you might have, such as whether the site is real (no) and whether it works (also no). 

The good news: you've still got plenty of time to shop before Valentine's Day. 

Originally published Feb. 4.
Update, Feb. 6: Adds comment from site creators.