New dating website matches you with Canadians in case Trump is elected President

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Since Donald Trump has secured the Republican nomination for this headache election, it is now a very real possibility that this oversized Oompa Loompa could be our next President. So what do you do if this nightmare becomes a reality? Move to Canada, of course!

Since 19% of Americans said they would move to Canada if Trump is elected, one smart person came up with the idea that we wish we had thought of: a dating website that matches you with people who are seeking love in Canada.  



The website is called Maple Match and it is genius. The website boasts that, "Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency." Can Tinder do that? We think not! 

As of right now, you can add your name to a waiting list before the website fully launches. When that happens, you will be paired up with a friendly Canadian (hopefully in Windsor, am I right??) who is looking to save a depressed American. Are you finding love in a hopeless place? Sure, but at that point, everything will be hopeless. 



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So come November, if all hell breaks loose and you're wondering how the fuck this actually happened — do the right thing and sign up for Maple Match so we can Make Dating Great Again. 

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