PEEPLE, the internet is not pleased.


From an upright world that judges all that ever and does exist, every single one of us fear to be judged and pushed beneath a great degree of shame and disagreement, the very most of the entire world’s population resort to means like never facing an audience and be judged, for they hate the very concept of being judged and judging somebody who is just as him as you are yourself.

Looks like they can hide no more, and are forced to come up with a facade that builds up their personality.

But wait, there is a twist.In our modern and diverse world where can literally rate and review every other thing we can lay our eyes upon from specific restaurants to a shade of an eye shadow, Julia Cordray has come up with an app that lets you to review people, and rate human beings at a scale of ratings up to 5.


With an onset of the concept of rating stuff, a new population has arisen who do not reach out for a movie,a new phone, or dine at an unknown restaurant before viewing a set of ratings and reviews written by complete strangers. Precisely these people are pretty sure the ones who are looking forward to the PEEPLE app.

With a caption that says,” Character is destiny”, Peeple is an upcoming app that is supposed to revolutionize the world as in a never before manner by allowing anybody who has a Facebook account and is 21 yrs or older to rate every single person in their contact list to the ratings from 1 to 5.

“The Peeple app allows us to better choose who we hire, do business with, date, become our neighbors, roommates, landlords/tenants, and teach our children,”runs the blurb. “There are endless reasons as to why we would want this reference check for the people around us.”

The Washington Post reports that the company’s shares were valued at US$7.6 million on Monday, and that Cordray and McCullough are pitching for more investment.

Going into some of it’s specifications, there are a few points that I must highlight:                                                                                                   “To review somebody else who is not on the app, you can create a profile for them with their cell phone number; they’ll be notified via text that they have been added to Peeple, but won’t have an option to remove their profile from the app.”

Apparently the reviews expire after a duration of an year, suggesting the idea behind people changing themselves for good.

Although users can report any write-ups they believe are inaccurate or violate Peeple’s terms and conditions, they cannot delete reviews. If you do not join Peeple, and thus can’t contest those negative ratings, your profile shows only positive ones.

The very idea behind all of this to me seems grotesque for I do not find a single reason for an app like this to ever come in existence. As of the fact that I can hardly do anything to stop it from coming up, I ask every single one of you to go ahead and judge me, just remember to be perfect for the rest of your lives.



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