and they find each other:
This unappealing pair met over the Internet, and they broke up after she caught him virtually cheating on her. I can't find a picture of their avatars, but you can bet your boots they look better than the actual couple, him ripped and studly, her svelte and slinky.
Amy Taylor, 28, split up with her husband, David Pollard, 40, after catching him digitally cheating on her in the popular online game "Second Life."
The British couple had a passion for "Second Life," in which people lead alternative existences over the Web, with personas - or avatars - that are typically far more svelte and suave than their real selves.
Pollard and Taylor spent countless hours living in the game as their attractive alter egos, Dave Barmy and Laura Skye, after getting married both in real life and in the game in 2005.
In real life, Taylor and Pollard are both overweight, and he is balding.
But in February 2007, Taylor caught Pollard having sex with a pixel prostitute ....
"I looked at the computer screen, and I could see his character having sex with a female character. It's cheating, as far as I'm concerned," she said....
"We made it up, and he promised her he would never do anything to hurt me again, and would never cheat on me again," Taylor told The Daily Mail of London.
But two months later,... She caught Barmy in a compromising position with another woman.
It wasn't long before Taylor confronted him while he was in the act.
"He said our marriage was over and he didn't love me anymore," Taylor said.
She filed for divorce on the grounds of "unreasonable behavior." A divorce lawyer told her the next day that this was the second case involving "Second Life" she had dealt with in one week.
Taylor has since given up "Second Life" for "World of Warcraft," another online game.
I blame Al Gore. If he hadn't invented the Internet, this would never have happened,