They should open source it when it gets banned so the fun can continue.
EDIT: just realised - this is basically a more benign version of that "sockpuppet management" stuff we've been seeing recently. Is this the start of the rise of the bots within human society?
Really, this is just Eliza with a slick new cloud API.
If you mechanical turk out the role of the girl friend to a human using the same sort of technology that lets a chicken play tic-tac-toe  then presumably you can finesse the ToS.
Next we'll see a new startup for providing plausible deniability for ToS violations, basically you send someone a device with the instructions "When this light goes on push the button, if you keep your average response time under 5 minutes for the month we'll pay you $10."
Personally, I'm hoping it's some kind of social experiment, and they're going to come out with some OKCupid-style expository blog posts in a few months.
(If anyone's seriously considering this, do ask yourself if it's really going to make you happy ...)
1) "I have a girlfriend!"
2) "Great! Can I meet her?"
3) "Uh no, she lives far away"
4) "Oh. Then how did you meet?"
5) "Um, summer camp?"
Edit 2: Thanks
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First SaaS then PaaS and now RaaS: Relationship as a Service
can this tide you over until that gets implemented?